Lexis® Practical Guidance: Labour Public Sector

Labour Public

Practical "how-to" for
Labour Public Sector

Lexis Practical Guidance Labour Public Sector is a how-to resource for labour law practitioners, human resources professionals, manager and trade union officials such as shop stewards in the public sector sphere.  It is a necessary and comprehensive toolkit for anyone working in the South African public labour market. Although  much of the content is also included  in Lexis Practical Guidance Labour, this practice  area specifically covers the many aspects of labour related issues that apply  to employees in national, provincial and local government.

  • National minimum wage in South Africa
  • Parental leave and how to apply for it
  • The minimum standards of employment
  • Unemployment, illness, adoption and maternity benefits
  • Specific offences relating to dismissal
  • How to conduct and chair a disciplinary enquiry
  • Trade unions and employer organisations
  • Strikes, lockouts and picketing
  • Public Service Act of 1994 (Proclamation 103 of 1994) and the Employment of Educators Act 76 of 1998
  • Poor work performance and incapacity and ill health
  • Over 150 guidance notes
  • Up to date judgments for reference
  • Over 300 customisable forms, precedents, checklist
  • PSCBC Disciplinary Code and Procedure
  • Unsuccessful candidate letter
  • Distinguishing between Employees and Contractors checklist
  • Employee garnishee checklist
  • Anti-corruption policy
  • Internet, electric communication and social media policy
  • Training on electronic communications and social media
  • Sexual harassment policy
  • A step-by-step guide on how to chair a public sector disciplinary
  • Various collective agreements
  • Various PSCBC resolutions