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Labour Landmines: 99 Ways to Win at the CCMA


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Labour Landmines: 99 Ways to Win at the CCMA

by Ivan Israelstam

ISBN: 9781869227913

Publishing Date: April 2019

  • R329,00


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There are few, if any countries in the world, with labour dispensations that are more fraught with:
  • Heavy restrictions on employers…
  • Industrial conflict…
  • Fast-changing labour law statutes…
  • Conflicting case law decisions.

It’s frightening to consider that more than 186,000 cases land up at the CCMA in South Africa every year.


Learn how to protect your business and avoid costly legal battles! 

Labour Landmines: 99 Ways to Succeed at the CCMA reveals 99 key legal pointers about prevailing laws and judgements in South Africa. Plus! This hands-on, easy-to-understand guide will also offer practical suggestions on how best to manage your employee relations within these parameters. 

Labour Landmines is essential reading for anyone who manages employees in South Africa.

If you don’t know all 99

of these legal pointers – you’re at risk of ending up at the CCMA! Stay informed with

Labour Landmines and find minimise unnecessary legal costs

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ivan Israelstam

is the Chief Executive Officer of Labour Law Management Consulting. He is known as a leading practitioner in labour law and pragmatic labour relations management with many years’ experience in corporate industrial relations management. He has an honours degree from The University of the Witwatersrand and an IPM diploma in Personnel Management and in Training.

Ivan is a regular labour law columnist for a number of newspapers and journals including the Star, the SA Labour Guide and HR Pulse and Skills Portal. He is also the author of “Walking the New Labour Law Tightrope”, “Labour Law for Managers Practical Handbook”, “Making Workplace Forums Work” and “The Gold Future or the Cold Future.” Ivan speaks on television and radio and is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars. In recognition of his contribution in this field Ivan has been featured in “Who’s Who in Southern Africa”..


 

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