Industrial Relations in South Africa

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Juta, 2010 - Industrial relations - 875 pages
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"Industrial Relation in South Africa" is a leading and comprehensive reference work for industrial relations practitioners and students. It is a practical guide to South African Industrial Relations and introduces theoretical concepts and historical facts to enhance day-to-day practice. It is ideal for senior undergraduate and postgraduate students. It includes: Revised and updated statutes and legislative requirements; Updated unions and employer organisations, including unionism in the defence force; A new multi-faceted perspective of the labour relationship; New case reviews on topics such as Constructive Dismissal, Age Discrimination, and Demand for Disclosure; New Section 189A of LRA and revised Section 197 of LRA; New analysis of developments for each stage in the history of the system; New coverage of 1994 to 2009: The Mandela and Mbeki years, and after Polokwane.

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Professor Sonia Bendix spent 22 years, first as Senior Lecturer and then as Head of Department: Human Resource Management, at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. She has trained and consulted widely in industry and the public service and has intimate knowledge of IR/HR practices.

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