Labour Relations Act: ten years on – Ideals v Reality

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The Labour Relations Act, which came into force in 1995, has been seen as one of the crowning achievements of the post-apartheid dispensation. Norma Craven and David Cartwright argue that while many gains have been made, the Act’s central pillars – collective bartaining and effective dispute resolution – have helped employers rather than protected the rights of workers.

 

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