The Labour Relations Act of 1995 was set in place to advance economic development, social justice, labour peace, as well as to democratise the workplace. Regulations stipulated in this act, apply to all employers, workers, trade unions and employers' organisations within South Africa.
The primary objectives of the act are to:
The Act sets out the various laws that govern labour proceedings in South Africa. It also provides a framework for settling labour disputes through the CCMA, Labour Court, or Labour Appeal Court. We at Labour Law Experts, are fully aware of the stipulations in the Labour Law Act of 1995. If you, as a company owner, need any information or advice regarding any stipulation in this act, you are welcome to contact us for more information.
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