Workplace Law

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Juta Law, 2005 - Employment - 475 pages
Abbreviated Table of Contents Chapter 1: Origins and sources Chapter 2: The parties to the employment relationship Chapter 3: The individual contract of employment Chapter 4: The duties of employees and employers Chapter 5: Basic conditions of employment Chapter 6: Termination of the employment relationship Chapter 7: Workplace discipline Chapter 8: Dismissal Chapter 9: Automatically unfair dismissals Chapter 10: Dismissal for misconduct Chapter 11: Dismissal for poor work performance of capacity Chapter 12: Dismissal for operational requirements Chapter 13: Closures, mergers and sales of business Chapter 14: Unfair labour practices Chapter 15: Employment equity Chapter 16: Collective labour law: Introduction Chapter 17: Bargaining agents Chapter 18: Bargaining forums Chapter 19: The bargaining process Chapter 20: Collective agreements Chapter 21: Strikes and 'protest action' Chapter 22: Dismissal of unprotected strikers Chapter 23: Lock-outs Chapter 24: Dispute resolution.

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Bestselling author, John Grogan, was born on March 20, 1957 in Detroit, Michigan. He majored in journalism and English at Central Michigan University. In 1985, Grogan won a fellowship into the Kiplinger Mid-Career Program in Public Affairs Reporting at Ohio State University, where he obtained his Masters degree. Grogan earned a second fellowship at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg, Florida. Grogan's first full-time writing job was as a police reporter for the Herald-Palladium in Michigan. Grogan has also written for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and was also editor of Rodale's Organic Gardening magazine. Grogan's book, Marley and Me, spent over seventy-six weeks on the bestseller list and was made into a movie in 2008. Grogan and his wife, Jenny, live in rural Pennsylvania.

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