n Without Prejudice - Ultimate price for non-compliance with the LRA provisions : employment law
|Article Title||Ultimate price for non-compliance with the LRA provisions : employment law|
|© Publisher:||JetBlue Publishers (Pty) Ltd|
|Publication Date||Jul 2015|
|Pages||40 - 41|
In the recent judgement of National Union of Metalworkers of SA v Intervalve (Pty) Ltd & Others (2015) 35 ILJ 363 (CC), the Constitutional Court was asked to consider whether employers not cited in the initial referral to the CCMA or Bargaining Council and, therefore, not parties to the conciliation process in terms of section 191 of the Labour Relations Act, 1965 (LRA), may be joined in the subsequent dismissal proceedings at the Labour Court.
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