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Although the SA Labour Guide endeavours to supply correct and updated material, it does not guarantee the correctness thereof, nor accept any liability for any incorrect or outdated information or statements herein. The labour laws in South Africa change continuously and employers should stay up to date with new developments.


We accept no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any adverse consequences that may arise, including but not limited to, financial loss, compensation orders, fines, CCMA awards, award of damages, interdicts, Court orders, rulings or findings or loss of employment, as a result of the use of any information obtained from this bundle.


All information, contained herein is supplied with the sole purpose of being a guideline for employers and readers and should not be copied and used without considering and adapting it to the employer’s particular circumstances as well as the most recent labour and employment law developments. This web page should not be seen as a comprehensive legal solution to any legal or labour problem, but only to supply basic guidance and to point the user in the right direction.  If ongoing correspondence or further advice is necessary, you are free to contact us and arrange a consultation with one of our consultants at our usual scale of rates, or contact your own attorney or the CCMA on their website www.ccma.org.za. In addition, users are encouraged to contact the authors directly for further advice.


It should be noted that sectoral determinations in terms of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act applies in the industry it has been promulgated for. The determinations do not apply to workers who are covered by another sectoral determination, or a bargaining council agreement, entered into in that specific sector.


The Basic Conditions of Employment Act applies in respect of any other matter not covered by the sectoral determination. This does not preclude employers from negotiating with recognised unions on employment matters not regulated by sectoral determinations or applicable bargaining council agreements.


The CCMA Forms, sectoral determinations, policies and certain guidelines are available on the CCMA at www.ccma.org.za or www.labour.gov.za


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