1 November 2011 by Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr

Employment Alert

Derivative misconduct: dismissed for refusing to disclose

In CEPPWAWU obo Hlebela v Lonmin Precious Metals Refinery [2011] JOL 27447 (CCMA), the CCMA found that an employee's failure to disclose information that would assist the employer's investigation regarding its loss of approximately 200kg of platinum per month amounted to derivative misconduct.

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