The national minimum wage has been reviewed and will modestly increase from 1 July 2015.
PCC Lawyers hosted their quarterly seminar at the College of Law on 14th May 2015. This time, the subject was Managing Sick and Injured employees.
Managers who fail to tackle promptly and effectively the problem of under-performing employees risk long-running and, possibly, expensive headaches with important legal ramifications.
PCC Lawyers hosted a Round Table discussion at the College of Law on 22nd October 2015. This time, the subject was Handling Employee grievances.
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