Dishonesty: Not Always Just Cause for Summary Dismissal
|Area||Employment and Labour|
Article originally published in Executive Employment, Volume XIII, No 4, January 2001
Excerpt from "Dishonesty: Not Always Just Cause for Summary Dismissal":
An employment relationship is one built on mutual obligations.
An employee owes a duty to perform the required work competently, honestly and faithfully. Where there is employee misconduct inconsistent with the conditions of service, dismissal without notice or payment is justified for "just cause."
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