Employment and the laws relating thereto have become increasingly complex. Our specialist Labour Law Department offers expert advice on all labour and employment related issues, including:
- Strategic advice on all employment law issues
- Drafting employment policies and codes of conduct including contracts for SA employees operating in Africa and elsewhere
- Drafting restraint of trade and confidentiality agreements
- Advising on and interpreting labour statutes, codes of practice and regulations
- Conducting employment law due diligence investigations
- Advising on Section 197 transfers
- Advising on disciplinary and performance issues and disciplinary and performance enquiries
- Employment equity compliance
- Conducting occupational health and safety investigations into workplace accidents and preparation of reports for the Department of Labour
- Managing executive disputes
- Restructuring exercises and retrenchments
- Training on managing discipline, performance and ill health in the workplace
- Litigation in the CCMA, Bargaining Councils, Labour Court, Labour Appeal Court and High Court in respect of all employment law disputes, including CCMA and Bargaining Council reviews, Recruitment and selection disputes and litigation, Sexual harassment disputes, Urgent strike interdicts and Restraints of trade
Ramusi Attorneys is well positioned to help businesses with solutions for the daily management of their human capital as well as provide counsel on legal risks and issues. Our experience includes broad employment issues such as restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, redundancies, business transfers, collective disputes and establishing employee incentive and benefit schemes.
We also offer dispute resolution services and represent our client in matters pertaining to the Department of Labour. We provide assistance with unfair dismissals, labour practices, organisational rights, wage issues, non-compliance with the Employment Equity Act and collective agreements.
Our firm also provides specialist labour consulting on non-litigious employment law issues and commercial issues that have implications on employment law extending to disciplinary procedures, the impact of mergers on employees, corporate restructuring exercises and performance management issues.