CDH Employment Practice Case Law 2020 Booklet - “A Changing Work Order”

Unprecedented: A strong contender – after COVID-19 and lockdown - for the word of 2020. This year has shifted almost every aspect of our lives, from the ways we socialise to how we shop; from how we exercise to where we work. These drastic changes have introduced, swiftly and almost universally, complex and novel employment law issues into the workplace. The Case Law 2020 booklet highlights recent South African case law, providing guidance into some of the difficult challenges currently confronting employers and employees.

28 Sep 2020 1 min read Employment Alert Article

To survive and even thrive within the new status quo, businesses need to “pivot” (yet another word that has earned significant market share in 2020’s vocabulary). As your trusted business advisor, the CDH employment practice has compiled our 7th annual case law booklet to assist you in navigating the “Changing Work Order”. From Retrenchments during these tough economic times to supervening impossibility of performance and individual case law, the Case Law 2020 booklet will guide you in all matters employment related.

In addition to the latest case law, this year we have also included summaries of important directives, regulations and legislation, including a summary of the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of  2013 and a summary of the Employment Equity Act Amendment Bill, 2020.  

For a copy of our Case Law 2020 Booklet: “A Changing Work Order”, please click here.

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