The CCMA is full of cases where employees complain of procedural or substantive unfairness. A disciplinary hearing is an informal process but sometimes it can become too informal with everyone talking, and the entire structure is destroyed; it becomes a free-for-all.
When procedural irregularities arise these divert the hearing away from the basis of the hearing which is the actual misconduct, which led to the hearing being called in the first place. To run a fair and proper hearing, you will have to know how to construct the charges and what you need to do as an employee or employer to prepare for the hearing.
By the end of this webinar you should: