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Young Smiling Lawyer


Specializing in Employment Law,

dispute resolution at the CCMA, Bargaining Councils, Labour Court, 

Workplace Grievance and Disciplinary hearings.


Unfair Dismissal /

Constructive Dismissal​ / ​/  ​​

Unfair Labour Practice ​/

Unpaid Salary/ Unfair Retrenchment

Labour Court Assistance


CCMA Legal Assistance/

CCMA Representation​

Labour Law Advice ​/

Labour Court Advice and Represenation

Disciplinary Hearing Assistance


The Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (LRA) outlines the specific areas constituting unfair labour practice concerning an Employer's conduct.
A. Promotion B. Demotion C. Probation D. Training;
E. The provision of benefits F. Unfair suspension;
G. Unfair disciplinary action other than dismissal;
H. Failure to reinstate / re-employ a former employee in terms of any agreement to do so;
I. An occupational detriment other than dismissal, in contravention of the Protected Disclosures Act 26 of 2000.
Contact us if you have been victimised concerning any of the Employer's conduct listed above.

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