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Posted by: piet | 2011-04-25

damage to my benefits

my employer stopped paying my allowances,namely shift and performance allowance on a monthly basis without any consultation.in my contract,we both agreed upon.can i take him to ccma?

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re: Damage to my benefits

An employer cannot change your allownaces unilaterally. It must be done with consultation and agreement. You can take him to the CCMA for this.

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Posted by: Whena | 2011-04-26

Yes you can. I would though first suggest that you ask him in writing why the payment has been stopped

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