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Labour Law (undergraduate / non-specialist) CML2005F

CML2005F

This course aims to provide students with an understanding of the common law contract of employment and labour law statutes; including the Labour Relations Act; Basic Conditions of the Employment Act;  and the Employment Equity Act. The course will specifically focus on the following issues that commonly arise in the workplace: the legal definition of ‘employee’; discipline and dismissals; unfair labour practices; unfair discrimination in employment and recruitment and selection; employment equity issues; collective bargaining; strikes and lock-outs; and dispute resolution.

Lecture times: This course is an intensive one, with 3 lectures per week for the full semester.  

DP requirements:. Coursework is compulsory.  If the student does not submit hand-ins or write a test the student will receive a mark of 0 for that assessment (unless granted an exemption). But the student will be able to write the exam.

Assessment: Coursework 40%; final examination 60%.