LABOUR LAW CONSULTANTS CAPE TOWN
Cape Labour & Industrial Consultants is based in Cape Town. Headed by Bernard Reisner, Cape Labour & Industrial Consultants has provided Labour Law (Industrial Relations) and advice to employers and employees across all market segments and industries since 1987.
Cape Labour is service-orientated and strives to provide its clients with professional labour consultants and cost effective advice, both in respect of the applicable laws and of a practical nature in order to present holistic solutions to all Labour related matters.
Bernard Reisner combines expertise in his field, and an outstanding knowledge of Labour law principles and issues, with a superb ability to communicate and meet his clients’ unique needs.
As labour consultants, Cape Labour & Industrial Consultants has a unique insight into all aspects of workplace issues and is able to assist his clients with the best possible advice from a legal and practical perspective.
- Just a word of sincere thanks for your assistance with our labour issue. You acted as a true professional and guided us in the right direction.
- Thank you for the information on Domestic Workers’ Wage Increase. It will help us and will go a long way in ensuring that all domestic workers are fairly paid. Once again, thank you very much for remembering me. God bless!
- Many thanks for keeping me updated with the latest minimum wage increases for domestic workers. It is much appreciated.
- Hi Bernard,
Thank you very much. We had the first consultation and all seemed to go well.
Can you please send me your invoice which I will settle upon receipt.
Should we require your services further, I will let you know. Thank you again for a professional and prompt service.
- Dear Bernard
Thank you so much for your prompt and excellent service.
I see nothing that needs amendment so will print out for Don and Vivi’s signatures.
May I ask a few more questions?
Must I give notice to UIF?
Is there a specific form to complete, notifying them that Vivi is retiring from our employment?
Also, she works for other people on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
I imagine she will continue working for them.
May she claim UIF benefits from the contributions we paid for her?
Or must she be absolutely unemployed to get these benefits?
Thanks again for your help.
Please let me have your invoice banking details and I’ll make payment.
With best wishes
- Hi Bernard, thank you so much! I’m so pleased Craig recommended you, you are so efficient! Thank you again! Cat.