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Table of Contents. Volumes 11 - 28 (2001-2019)

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


Volumes: 28  27  26  25  24  23  22  21  20  19  18  17  16  15  14  13  12  11 

Vol 22.12 July 2013: 

Demarcation disputes

Legal representation at conciliation proceedings.
The LRA and private arbitration in professional sport.

Vol 22.11 June 2013: 

What facts must an applicant for employment disclose at the interview?

Collective Agreements and the regulation of strike action.

Vol 22.10 May 2013: 

What constitutes "insubordination"?

What constitutes "incitement"?
Interpreting the Basic Conditions of Employment Act

Vol 22.9 April 2013: 

The Protection from Harassment Act and its implications for the workplace.



Vol 22.8 March 2013: 

The extension of Bargaining Council agreements

What constitutes a "benefit" ?

Vol 22.7 February 2013: 

Polygraph Testing: The Labour Court reaffirms limited evidential value

Contractual rights and work flexibility - when an employee doesn't want to change a work practice.
The Employment Equity and Employment Services Bills summarised

Vol 22.6 January 2013: 

Contracts of employment - when do they come into being?

Discipline and inconsistent penalties
New Labour Court Practise Manual
Deductions from pension benefits

Vol 22.5 December 2012: 

Giving notice of strike action: Constitutional Court splits in affirming a wider interpretation.

Testing the fairness of promotions
Legal representation and disciplinary codes

Vol 22.4 November 2012: 

The rights and obligations of trade unions: recent Court decisions clarify some limits to both



Vol 22.3 October 2012: 

Protecting the employees of temporary employment services - recent decisions

Polygraphs and employment decisions
Joinder in the context of labour law

Vol 22.2 September 2012: 

Strike violence: When misconduct cannot be proven - is dismissal for operational requirements a viable option?

The Labour Appeal Court and CCMA reviews: The focus shifts from outcome to process

Vol 22.1 August 2012: 

Unauthorised absence: Traditional Healer certificates and culture clashes

Arbitration awards and prescription
When a disciplinary inquiry can be held in public