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Labour Law Sibergramme Subscription

Labour Law Sibergramme Subscription

SKU SGLL1-10

 

  • Publication Date: 2014/01/01
  • Publishing House: Siber Ink

Labour law has a profound and daily impact on thousands of employers and employees. Errors are common and expensive, and there is a great need for regularly updated information pertaining to the latest interpretations given by the CCMA, courts and arbitrators. 

About the author

Dr John Grogan has been a journalist, academic (he is a former professor of labour law at Rhodes University), labour consultant, advocate, arbitrator and acting Judge of the Labour Court. He is a prolific author, and his sharp and incisive analysis of new labour cases is increasingly sought after.
 


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