Labour Relations part 2

Basic Conditions of Employment Act 75 of 1997

The 1996 South African Constitution (section 23) gives every worker and employer the right to fair labour practices. The Act applies to all workers and employers except members of
* The National Defence Force,
* National Intelligence Agency,
* South African Secret Service and unpaid volunteers working for charities.


00:00 - Introduction
01:04 - How to protect your strike
02:00 - When is your strike protected?
02:49 - Employers rights during a strike
03:20 - Other forms of industrial action
03:55 - Unfair treatment in the workplace
04:42 - Some reasons for unfair dismissals
06:13 - Some reasons for dismissals
06:35 - Making things right after disciplinary action
07:19 - Basic Condition of Employment Act '97
07:55 - Positive impacts of the act
08:29 - Negative impacts of the act
09:19 - Discriminatory actions as per the act
09:52 - Penalties of non compliance with the act


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