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SA loses over R55.2bn to sick leave, says Adcorp
SA loses over R55.2bn to sick leave, says Adcorp
Adcorp's latest employment index raises concerns about the increasing number of sick days being taken by staff and how it is impacting the economy. ...
Grape valley remains on tenterhooks
Grape valley remains on tenterhooks
Around the vineyards of De Doorns in the Western Cape's seemingly idyllic Hex River Valley, farm workers were pruning bunches of tiny grapes in...
Strikes rage out of control
Strikes rage out of control
With strike season in full play, the unions are rushing to put out fires. Freight truck drivers across the country are into the second week of their...
'Rushed' labour Bills under fire
'Rushed' labour Bills under fire
The state is pushing ahead with labour reform despite a private sector warning that "irrational" labour law amendments will be catastrophic for the...
If only workers were not also people
If only workers were not also people
Socialists ought to be first to agree that wages are too high. Workers do price themselves out of jobs.
Labour-law review looks at brokers
Labour-law review looks at brokers
Negotiations on the review of South Africa's labour legislation reached an advanced stage this week, with the National Economic Development and...
ANC's job targets 'not realistic'
ANC's job targets 'not realistic'
The African National Congress's (ANC) job creation targets are unrealistic as many of the sectors earmarked for creating employment have been...
SACCI to oppose call to change Labour Act
SACCI to oppose call to change Labour Act
The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI) will oppose calls by the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) to change the...

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