On 17 December 2010 the Minister of Labour published four Bills in the Government Gazette aimed at effecting extensive changes to the Labour Relations Act, the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and the Employment Equity Act.
In addition a fourth Bill, the Employment Services Bill, has been introduced. Once enacted, this new Bill will extensively regulate the labour broker industry and those making use of labour brokers.
The Werksmans Employment law team provides insights into the proposed amendments:
Anastasia Vatalidis comments on the implications of the new Employment Services Bill with specific focus on how it aims to regulate the South African labour broker industry and those making use of labour brokers:
Bradley Workman-Davies highlights the implications of the proposed amendments to the Basic Conditions of Employment Bill and the Employment Equity Bill.
Sandile July speaks on the Labour Relations Amendment Bill and gives an overview of the purposed Bill and how it aims to curtail the right to strike.
- Labour Relations Act
- Basic Conditions of Employment Act
- Employment Equity Act
- Employment Services Bill
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