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Reinstatement isn’t always a given remedy in dismissal for misconduct cases. Section 193(2) of the Labour Relations Act compels arbitrators to consider facts even though no evidence has been led or presented: a fresh perspective from the Labour Appeal Court in a recent case
A discussion of a recent Labour Appeal Court judgment which finally explains exactly what an order of “reinstatement with retrospective effect” actually means, and what applicants need to do in the event that a respondent refuses to comply with such an order.