Published on Mar 12, 2013
South Africa has a complex labour landscape which is set to become even more intricate with the coming amendments to labour legislation.
A key element is that companies will need to afford contract workers benefits equal to those of permanent employees after an employment period of six months.
How will legislation changes impact your company & how you hire staff?
Featured topics include:
How labour law impacts your BBBEE scorecard strategy
The new fixed-term contract and temporary labour dispensation
How employment equity non-compliance could bankrupt your company
Equal pay for work of equal value and what it means
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