Labour Relations Act (LRA) 27 March 2023 1 Min Read Last Update: 27 March 2023 Quiz Time Welcome to Labour Relations Act (LRA) Quiz You can practice as many times as you want until you get all the answers 100% right. Let's get Started A South African company is planning to restructure its workforce, which will result in retrenchments. What action must the company take to comply with the LRA? Notify employees and trade unions of the intended retrenchments Seek legal advice before making any decisions Retrench employees without giving a reason None of the above A small business in South Africa has recently dismissed an employee without following the proper procedures. What consequences might the business face under the Labour Relations Act (LRA)? A fine Reinstatement of the employee Compensation All of the above A South African company is experiencing a prolonged strike by its employees, which has been ruled as an unprotected strike by the CCMA. What action can the company legally take under the LRA? Fire all striking employees without notice Obtain a court interdict to end the strike Hire replacement workers during the strike Lockout the striking employees Which body is primarily responsible for resolving disputes under the Labour Relations Act (LRA) in South Africa? The Labour Court The National Labour Commission The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation, and Arbitration (CCMA) The Department of Labour In South Africa, an employee has been dismissed for misconduct. The employee claims the dismissal was unfair and files a dispute with the CCMA. If the CCMA fails to resolve the dispute through conciliation, what is the next step? The dispute is referred to the Labour Court The dispute is referred to arbitration The dispute is referred to the Department of Labour The dispute is considered resolved A South African employer wants to lockout its employees during a collective bargaining dispute. Under the LRA, which of the following conditions must be met for the lockout to be considered legal? The employer must provide 48 hours' notice of the lockout The employer must have exhausted all other dispute resolution options The employer must ensure that the lockout does not endanger the lives or safety of others All of the above 1 out of 7 Time is Up! Time's up Like what you read? Subscribe to our Newsletter Submit Subscribe to our email newsletter to get the latest posts delivered right to your email.