To amend the Labour Relations Act, 1995, so as to facilitate the granting of organisational rights to trade unions that are sufficiently representative; to strengthen the status of picketing rules and agreements; to amend the operation, functions and composition of the essential services committee and to provide for minimum service determinations; to provide for the Labour Court to order that a suitable person be appointed to administer a trade union or employers’ organisation; to enable judges of the Labour Court to serve as a judge on the Labour Appeal Court; to further regulate enquiries by arbitrators; to provide greater protection for workers placed in temporary employment services; to regulate the employment of fixed term contracts and part-time employees earning below the earnings threshold determined by the Minister; to further specify the liability for employer’s obligations; and to substitute certain definitions; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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The Amended Labour Relations Act exists to change the law governing labour relations and, for that purpose:
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The Basic Conditions of Employment Act exists to give effect to the right to fair labour practices referred to in section 23(1) of the Constitution by establishing and making provision for the regulation of basic conditions of employment; and thereby to comply with the obligations of the Republic as a member state of the International Labour Organisation; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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The Occupational Health and Safety Act provides for the health and safety of persons at work, and to establish an advisory council for occupational health and safety; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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To provide for the organisation and administration of the public service of the Republic, the regulation of the conditions of employment, terms of office, discipline, retirement and discharge of members of the public service, and matters connected therewith.
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The Employment Equity Act exists to eliminate unfair discrimination in employment and ensure the implementation of employment equity to redress the effects of discrimination.
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To provide for the establishment, organisation, regulation and control of the South African Police Service; and to provide for matters in connection therewith.
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The SAPS Discipline Regulations exists to provide for the establishment, organisation, regulation and control of the South African Police Service; and to provide for matters in connection therewith.
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The Skills Development Act 97 of 1998 exists so that the government can aim to address two main priorities, i.e. the need to improve skills and increase productivity in order to compete successfully in global economy, and the need to reverse apartheid imbalances and to create a more inclusive and cohesive society.
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The Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 exists to change the law governing labour relations and, for that purpose:
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