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Nom: Labour Relations Act, 1995 [No. 66 of 1995].
Pays: Afrique du Sud
Sujet(s): Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi; Liberté syndicale, négociation collective et relations professionnelles
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 1995-11-29
Entry into force:
Publié le: Government Gazette, 1995-12-13, Vol. 366, No. 16861, 281 p.
ISN: ZAF-1995-L-43174
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=43174&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Government Gazette, 1995-12-13, Vol. 366, No. 16861, 281 p.
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Résumé/Citation: Provides comprehensive legislation governing labour relations. Chapter II provides for the employee's right to freedom of association: s. 5 prohibits discrimination against persons who are members of trade unions. S. 6 provides for the employer's right to form associations. Chapter III covers collective bargaining. Provisions relating to trade union activities are outlined in Part A. Part B outlines the legal effect of collective agreements. Part C governs the creation and functions of bargaining councils, which may represent trade unions in an economic sector. Sections E and F govern the establishment and functions of statutory councils, which may perform resolution functions and administer pension, provident, medical, training and employment schemes. Chapter IV concerns strikes and lock-outs. Employees have the right to strike provided that they have given due notice to the employer and exhausted means of arbitration. S. 76 prohibits replacement labour in the event of a strike. Chapter V regulates the establishment and functions of workplace forums. Workplace forums may be established in workplaces of over 100 employees and may enter into discussion on matters related to, inter alia, work organization, product development, and health and safety issues (s. 84). Chapter VI governs trade unions and employers' organizations. Chapter VII covers dispute resolution. Inter alia, this Chapter establishes a Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (Part A), as well as a Labour Court (Part D), and a Labour Appeal Court (Part E). Chapter VII contains provisions relating to unfair dismissal. Unfair dismissal is defined as dismissal due to, inter alia, an employee's participation in a strike, pregnancy, or an employee's religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, and ethnicity. Chapter IX contains general provisions, including provisions relating to temporary employment services. Schedule 1 covers the establishment of bargaining councils for public service; Schedule 2 provides guidelines for the constitution of a workplace forum; Schedule 3 covers the Commission on Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration; Schedule 8 relates to dismissals. Transitional arrangements, including those relating to existing trade unions, are covered in Schedule 7. An updated version of this text appears at regular intervals in: South African Labour Law, eds. Clive Thompson and Paul Benjamin (Kenwyn: Juta and Co.). Available in DOC.NORMES.
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