• CLIENT FAQ: You CAN still use your TES provider!

    The Constitutional Court handed down its judgment in the matter, CCT 194/17: Assign Services (Pty) Limited v National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and Others. The sole employment judgement does not mean that TES employees become permanent, nor does it negate the important role that Temporary Employment Services (TES) will continue to play in workforce management and enabling skills development and employment in the economy. At Paragraph 75 of the judgment, importantly confirms that the Temporary Employment Service (TES) remains and that there is no transfer of the employment relationship but rather a continuation of the triangular relationship between…

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  • CAPES Client Breakfasts: Maintaining Flexibility post Con Court Judgement

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  • BUSA CEO confirms that it’s business as usual for compliant TES

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  • Reaction to the Con Court judgement

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  • BUSA communique re Con Court judgement on TES – 27 July 2018

      SocPol Update (For Information Only): Constitutional Court Judgment : Assign Services v NUMSA & Others Topic Constitutional Court Judgment : Assign Services v NUMSA & Others Response Date N/A Queries Send to: Joseph Mtolo, Coordinator: Social Policy, BUSA (joseph.mtolo@busa.org.za) Dear Members As most of you are aware, the Constitutional Court delivered judgment in the Assign Services v NUMSA & Others case on 26 July 2018.  The Court delivered a majority and minority judgment, a copy of the judgment is attached. The case concerned the interpretation of s 198A (3) (b) (i) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 (“LRA”) in…

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  • Con Court Judgement handed down 26 July 2018

    Earlier today, the Constitutional Court handed down its judgment in the matter, CCT 194/17: Assign Services (Pty) Limited v National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and Others. Whilst the judgement was expected by the industry, it does not negate the important role that Temporary Employment Services (TES) will continue to play in workforce management and enabling skills development and employment in the economy. At paragraph 75 of the judgment it is importantly confirmed that the Temporary Employment Service (TES) remains and that there is not a transfer of the employment relationship but rather a continuation of the triangular relationship…

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