Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys

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Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys is a leading South African law firm with a reputation for integrity and excellence. Shepstone & Wylie Attorneys aims to be the law firm of choice across a wide range of legal matters, ensuring that a team-based approach delivers innovative, practical and cost-effective solutions to their clients.

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Vaccinations in the workplace - Episode 1

The purpose of this three part podcast series is to discuss the pressing issue on whether it is legal for an employer to implement a mandatory vaccination policy and all surrounding factors relating to Covid-19 in the workplace from an employment law perspective. Each episode is between 10 – 15 minutes long, with two partners from our employment law department debating and discussing their views on this emotive and somewhat controversial area of law. They cover the topic as follows:

In episode 1 of the podcast, Michael and Verlie have a high-level discussion weighing up the balance of rights on whether an employer can lawfully implement a mandatory vaccination policy from an employment law perspective. The wide areas of law that need to be remembered are considered and the constitutional issues are examined.

Useful POPIA Terms Part 2

Episode 6 of the POPIA podcast series features Part 2 of Shepstone & Wylie's Kate and Verlie defining and discussing important terms related to the act.

Useful POPIA Terms Part 1

Episode 5 of the Shepstone & Wylie POPIA podcast series features Part 1 of Verlie and Kate defining and discussing important terms related to the act.

POPIA - Special Personal Information

In this episode Verlie and Kate discuss the meaning of Special Personal Information and what restrictions and allowances the POPIA act places on processing and protecting this kind of information.

The First Steps To POPIA Compliance

In this episode we look at the initial steps that should be taken by an organisation in the implementation of POPIA compliance. Verlie and Kate chat about the importance of initiating a POPIA compliance team to ensure a seamless roll out.

The POPIA Information Officer

In Episode 2 of the POPIA Podcast Series, Verlie and Kate discuss the appointment and registration of the Information Officer, who should be appointed, and the role that the Information Officer plays in the roll out of POPIA compliance within an organisation.

What is POPIA?

Verlie oosthuizen and Kate oosthuizen discussing the steps to POPIA compliance prior to the deadline of 1 July 2021.

Pension Funds

A ruling in Bloemfontein on the 2nd Nov could see Pension Funds members benefiting in Billions of rands. Samantha Davidson speaks to Classic 1027 to unpack this

Indemnity Forms

Shaista Singh, Associate at Shepstone and Wylie Attorneys chats to The John Perlman Show about Indemnity forms and when schools can be held liable.

Lockdown labour regulations and the options to consider

What should workers take into consideration when it comes to having to take leave during the lockdown period? Should they take temporary unemployment and apply for UIF or should they take forced leave? Refilwe Moloto speaks to Verlie Oosthuizen, employment law expert and partner at Shepstone and Wylie Attorneys.

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