Posted by: Deon | 2009-04-10


I am going to Arbitration. Need help please. My ex-employer indicated to the commissioner that he does not have the money to pay me my question to your learned guest is the following:

What are my rights in respect of the collection of monies owed to me?
How do I proceed from this point forward in collecting such monies?
What questions am I permitted to raise when we proceed to arbitration?
What is a fair amount to claim in respect of this dismissal _ I am thinking along the lines that he makes a counter-offer at arbitration?
He did not follow any thing of section 189

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Once you have an Arbitration Award this is made an Award of the Labour Court and you can proceed from that point by attaching any of their goods.

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