If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Showers late. More sun than clouds. Mild.
It's allowable under Rica but problematic under the Labour Relations Act, says Bradley Workman-Davies.
What happens to health and safety regulations when there's a grey area around drug testing?
When fathers take an active and supportive role in the first 1 000 days of their child’s life, the long-term economic benefits are significant, says Beth Amato.
Massmart decided to pursue a former employee who poached his former colleagues. It paid off for the company.
The Constitutional Court has decided in favour of Numsa in a case relating to the ongoing debate about who should be regarded as the employer of workers placed in jobs by a labour broker.
Putting in too much overtime? According to new research, it might be damaging your heart.
Back in South Africa, new dads are only entitled to three days of family leave.
Tipping is widespread – most people tip in restaurants and bars, but the practice is increasingly common elsewhere. Here’s why tipping should be eliminated.
Gauteng MEC for Sport and Recreation Faith Mazibuko may be on the wrong side of the law when it comes to her tirade over "combi-courts", say two experts.
Is SA ready to implement the latest amendments to labour law? ask Solly Moeng & Michael Bagraim.
Research indicates that the average commuter in Cape Town spends about 49.1 hours in traffic per year, while Johannesburg has a traffic congestion level of 30%.
A landmark ruling has important implications for bosses and workers.
Metrorail Western Cape has been ordered by the CCMA to pay a total of about R35.5m to almost 200 of its workers.
Future amendments to the Unemployment Insurance Fund legislation may include paternity leave and extending benefits to employees who resign from their workplaces.
Businessman Herman Mashaba says SA should do away with race-based transformation and that the past can be redressed by allowing the economy to grow.
South Africa should adjust labour laws so union members have to vote before striking, according to Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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