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Labour Law Services

Navigating Labour Law Challenges with Expertise

At Molefe Attorneys, we understand the complexities of South Africa’s labour laws and the importance of protecting both employees’ and employers’ rights. Our dedicated legal team is well-versed in labour law matters and is committed to providing strategic guidance and solutions for various employment-related disputes.

Our Services for Labour Law Disputes:

  • Contractual Agreements: We assist in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating employment contracts to ensure they align with legal requirements and protect the interests of both parties.
  • Unfair Dismissal: If you believe you have been unfairly dismissed, we can assess your case, gather evidence, and guide you through the process of lodging a dispute or pursuing a settlement.
  • Disciplinary Hearings: We offer support during disciplinary hearings, helping both employees and employers ensure fair procedures are followed and that the outcome is just.
  • Wage and Benefits Disputes: Our team can help resolve wage disputes, including issues related to unpaid wages, overtime, and benefits owed to employees.
  • Workplace Policies and Compliance: We assist employers in creating and implementing workplace policies that adhere to labour laws, fostering a fair and productive work environment.

Empowering You with Labour Law Expertise

If you’re facing labour law disputes, Molefe Attorneys is dedicated to providing you with informed guidance and effective solutions. Our experienced team navigates the complexities of employment law to help you achieve a resolution that aligns with your rights and interests. Contact us today for a consultation and let us help you address your labour law challenges with confidence.

Sample Labour Law Disputes and Possible Solutions

  • Unfair Dismissal: Unfair dismissal claims can be resolved through negotiations, conciliation, or representation at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation, and Arbitration (CCMA).
  • Discrimination Claims: Discrimination complaints can be addressed through internal grievance procedures or escalated to the Equality Court for resolution.
  • Wage Disputes: Wage-related conflicts can be resolved through negotiation, and if necessary, through CCMA or Labour Court proceedings.
  • Breach of Contract: Contractual breaches can be resolved through negotiation, alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, or legal action if needed.
  • Retrenchment: During retrenchment, open communication, consultation, and offering support services can ease the transition for affected employees.