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The equitable foundations of South African labour law: an historical and comparative study
(University of the Free State, 2012-01)
From the dawn of Western civilization, philosophers and jurists grappled with the nature and role of equity in jurisprudence. The Aristotelian theory of equity, as expounded in the Nicomachean Ethics, eventually emerged ...
Bullying in the workplace : towards a uniform approach in South African labour law
(University of the Free State, 2014-01)
Bullying in the workplace is a kind of aggression that occurs where an individual or group intimidates, excludes, harasses, insults, mistreats or demeans another individual or group at work, either directly or indirectly. ...
Die regsimplikasies van die grondwetlike reg om te staak vir die lewering van noodsaaklike dienste
(University of the Free State, 2011-01-03)
This dissertation critically considers the application of and necessity for the right to strike, especially regarding employees that are employed in an essential service. The South African position on the issue is examined ...
Die grondwetlikheid van die vasstelling van maksimum werkure ingevolge die Wet op Basiese Diensvoorwaardes
(University of the Free State, 2009-11)
English: The purpose of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act is to advance economic development and social justice by fulfilling the primary objects of the Act which are to give effect to and regulate the right to fair ...