Jordyne Löser joined Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr as an Associate in 2020.

Jordyne represents multinational companies and state and private entities at the CCMA, Bargaining Council and Labour Court and assists in representing at the Labour Appeal Court for, inter alia, unfair dismissal, unfair labour practice, discrimination, restraint of trade, section 197 transfers, section 189 processes, organisational rights and sexual harassment matters. Jordyne advises on data protection and privacy and investigates a wide range of complaints lodged by employees/trade unions/third parties in relation to matters that arise in or affect the workplace.

Education

  • BA (Law), University of Pretoria
  • LLB, University of Pretoria
  • Advanced Programme in Labour Law, University of Pretoria

Memberships

  • The South African Society for Labour Law (SASLAW)
Is 2021 bringing about a change? A consideration of mandatory vaccinations in the workplace
18 January 2021 Employment Law

Is 2021 bringing about a change? A consideration of mandatory vaccinations in the workplace

With businesses preparing to resume as near to “normal” operations, as is possible, and with the rollout of covid-19 vaccinations worldwide, it is unlikely that the government will impose a mandatory vaccination program across the country. The question of mandating inoculation within the employee population will therefore need to be determined by individual employers on a case by case basis. A decision to be made sooner rather than later.

Disabilities in the workplace and POPIA
23 November 2020 Employment Law

Disabilities in the workplace and POPIA

Unfair discrimination against persons with disabilities is prohibited both in terms of the Constitution as well as the Employment Equity Act. The purpose of the Employment Equity Act is to promote equity and diversity in the workplace.

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