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Attorney at Arnold Law Legal Consultancy
Fadia Arnold has a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Labour Law, HR and Industrial Relations (B.Soc.Sci) and Bachelor of Laws (LLB), specializing in labour law in her final year, both obtained from the University of Cape Town (UCT - Dean’s Merit List).
Fadia commenced articles in 2009 and was admitted in 2011 as an attorney and has approximately ten years’ experience in general practice litigation, administration of estates, and labour law litigation having appeared nationwide in the CCMA/Bargaining Councils and Labour Court.
She is currently a director and attorney at Arnold Law Legal Consultancy specializing in labour law and frequently writes for various online publications on legal topics as well as guest speaking on various radio stations weekly on general legal topics and labour law topics, specifically COVID-19 related as of late, naturally.
Insightful suggestions for conducting disciplinary hearings via online platforms of communication such as Zoom, Skype and Video Conferencing when employees cannot enter the workplace or have not yet begun working due to the lockdown.
As we head into the yearly commemoration of National Wills Week in South Africa, it is significantly imperative to educate one’s self on the importance of having a Last Will and Testament in place as well as what the consequences for family members or unmarried life partners would be if their loved ones passed on without a will or with an outdated will not reflecting their true and updated beneficiary wishes prior to death.
Employers have to comply with the correct retrenchment process in the 2021 second wave of COVID-19 or they will find themselves in further financial difficulties, possibly having to pay compensation for non-compliance.