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Table of Contents. Volumes 11 - 27 (2001-2018)

(Volume No., Issue No., Month & Year - Feature Articles shown in bold
- other articles listed below)


Volumes: 27  26  25  24  23  22  21  20  19  18  17  16  15  14  13  12  11 

Vol 20.12 July 2011: 

Postponements at CCMA arbitration proceedings

The changing meaning of a "benefit"

Vol 20.11 June 2011: 

Group misconduct - when is dismissal a fair remedy?

Operational requirements and polygraph tests.

Vol 20.10 May 2011: 

Off duty misconduct

The duty of an applicant for employment to disclose information.
The validity of traditional healer's certificates

Vol 20.9 April 2011: 

Religion, discrimination and dismissal: Matters of faith and devotion

Exploring the link between HIV status and dismissal

Vol 20.8 April 2011: 

Protected strikes and the LRA

Obtaining costs orders against the CCMA

Vol 20.7 February 2011: 

Private arbitration arrangments - contracting out of the LRA

Labour brokers and the automatic termination of employment.

Vol 20.6 January 2011: 

Legislative reform for 2011 - a review of proposed changes to labour law

The implications of claiming losses from an employee

Vol 20.5 December 2010: 

Disputes over promotion - the role of managerial prerogative

An employee's use of political connections to avert disciplinary action
Disclosing past misdeeds to an employer

Vol 20.4 November 2010: 

The Labour Court's power to intervene in disciplinary proceedings

Formulating disciplinary charges - the relevance of labelling
Dismissal for making remarks online

Vol 20.2 September 2010: 

Assault in the workplace : Provocation as a defence

Can third parties sue the union?
The protection of personal information

Vol 20.3 October 2010: 

Interpreting the BCEA

When strike pickets get too noisy.
More cases on resignations

Vol 20.1 August 2010: 

Dismissal for operational requirements; the limits of fairness

Alleging and proving constructive dismissal