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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/07/15

Retrenchment turn into Dismissal

If, after an employee was given notice of retrenchment, the employer came upon evidence that proves this employee was stealing from the company...can the retrenchment be turned into a dismissal?

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If an employee who has been given notice of retrenchment is brought to a disciplinary hearing for theft then the disciplinary hearing could be possibly dismiss before the retrenchment take place

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/07/21

If a person is stealing and there is solid evidence it is imediat dismisal

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