|The course is designed to outline the legal principles around strike action. The course will primarily be delivered through dialogue between the presenter and participants. Therefore, unlike conventional means of delivering courses, participants will be presented with various practical scenarios and encouraged to give input to identify the legal principle under review. Once the participants have given their views on the issue, the discussion will focus on how our courts have approached and dealt with a similar scenario.
Who should attend
Attorneys, human resource and industrial relations executives, trade union representatives and employers’ organisation officials.
Overview of programme:
• Definition of a strike – interest disputes v right disputes
• The requirements for protected strikes
• Limitations to the right to strike
• Unlawful demands
• Recourse to violent strikes
• Disciplining employees embarking on unprotected strikes
• Recouping financial losses pursuant to unprotected strikes
• Third party interdicting unprotected strikes
Date: 31 August 2017
Time: 09:00 - 13:30
Moksha Naidoo is a member of the Johannesburg Bar and focuses exclusively on employment law. From 2010 he has been writing a monthly column featured in the De Rebus on labour law issues. From 2012 Adv. Naidoo has been delivering labour law seminars to attorneys through the LEAD programme. By invitation he has acted as a Judge at the Labour Court on two occasions.
Registration fees (VAT incl.)
Practising attorneys and candidate attorneys: R1 650 per participant
Non practising attorneys: R1 980 per participant
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