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Without Prejudice publishes an article by Robert Burman on the dismissal of an employee for operational requirements

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“Dismissal for operational requirements: The price of non-compliance” by Robert Burman, Without Prejudice

“Dismissal for operational requirements: The price of non-compliance” by Robert Burman, Without Prejudice

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“In the recent decision of Stephen P Mawer v Nortech International (Pty) Ltd (2014) ZALCD 1 the Labour Court, per Gush, J, sent out a strong warning to employers that, when contemplating the dismissal of an employee for operational requirements, they should comply fully with the provisions of s189 of the Labour Relations Act, 1995, or face the possibility of the maximum punishment from the courts.”

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