23 March 2010 by

Employment Alert

Labour broking agreements under attack

The Labour Court in a Judgment of 10 March 2010 struck down a popular clause in a labour broking contract between the Labour Broker and the client as unlawful and against public policy. A common provision in agreements between Labour Brokers and their clients oblige the Labour Broker to remove from the client's premises an employee upon the request of the client.

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