procedurally fair

13 examples (0.03 sec)
  • Once again the dismissal must be both substantively and procedurally fair.
  • She also found that the provision is procedurally fair and was a clear articulation of the legislature's intent.
  • Section 189A introduces additional requirements for a procedurally fair dismissal in the case of a large-scale dismissal.
  • The purpose of the Act is to give effect to the right to administrative action which is lawful, reasonable and procedurally fair, and the right to written reasons for administrative action.
  • The Constitution, in section 33, states that everyone has the right to administrative action which is lawful, reasonable and procedurally fair.
  • One of the requirements for a procedurally fair dismissal is consultations on measures to avoid dismissals.
  • One of the requirements for a procedurally fair operational requirements dismissal is that the parties must attempt to reach consensus about the method to be used to select employees for dismissal.
  • Therefore mediation is framed as a process which is neutral and procedurally fair, designed to increase party participation and self-determination through decision-making and to create a mutually acceptable outcome.
  • It has been taken up by PAJA, which provides that "administrative action which materially and adversely affects the rights or legitimate expectations of any person must be procedurally fair."
  • The court added that, even if the applicant had been dismissed, the dismissal was substantively and procedurally fair, as he had been consulted, and the respondent had attempted to find alternative work for him.
  • It would rather than give effect to the Bill of Rights, and in particular to Section 33 thereof, limit an individual's right to lawful, reasonable and procedurally fair administrative action.
  • Even if an employee agrees to enter into an employment agreement that is subject to a probationary period or trial period, the employer must ensure that any dismissal is carried out in a procedurally fair manner and is substantively justified.
  • The employer will also bear the onus of proving that the dismissal for disability was based on the inherent requirements of the job and that the dismissal is both substantively and procedurally fair.