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Norton Rose Fulbright Cape Town: Equal pay for equal work: Discrimination and the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (EEA)

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2017

Fri

25

Aug

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2017

Fri

25

Aug

Presenter:
Jason Whyte – Director – Employment and Labour

Venue: Norton Rose Fulbright, Cape Town

The recent amendments to the EEA have opened the door to the notion that all workers performing similar work should be paid equally.  The devil is, as usual, in the detail and we will unpack the complexities for you.

Registration from 08:00, the seminar commences at 08:15 and ends at 09:15.

The seminar is free to attend and parking is available on site.

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The tendency for poorer risks (less-desirable insureds) to seek insurance, to continue insurance, or to select options of settlement that are favorable to them, to a greater extent than do good risks (more desirable insureds).
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