Labour relations - law and conflict in the workplace
- Klerck G
- ISBN: 9781869286040
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 199 Pages | Published: 2007
PART ONE: Basic Conditions of Employment Act (75 of 1997)
Chapter 1: The purpose and application of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act
Chapter 2: Regulation of working time and leave
Chapter 3: Particulars of employment, remuneration and termination of employment
Chapter 4: Variation, enforcement and legal proceedings
PART TWO: Labour Relations Act (66 of 1995)
Chapter 5: The purpose and application of the Labour Relations Act
Chapter 6: Collective bargaining and employee participation
Chapter 7: Strikes, lock-outs and dispute resolutions
Chapter 8: Dismissals and unfair labour practices
PART THREE: Managing conflict in the workplace
Chapter 9: Sources of conflict in the workplace
Chapter 10: Regulating conflict in the workplace
Chapter 11: Effective conflict management
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