Preview: Contemporary Employment Law in Zimbabwe

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Preview: Contemporary Employment Law in Zimbabwe


This book preview offers a glimpse into the comprehensive coverage of the topics we delve into. Our aim is to provide readers with a deep understanding of the subject matter, and this preview serves as an introduction to what is to come. We believe that by reading this book, you will gain a wealth of knowledge and appreciation for the topics we cover.


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4 thoughts on “Preview: Contemporary Employment Law in Zimbabwe”

  1. Aha!!!! I have not enough words to express my gratitude on your great work. The content is undeniably contemporary, well presented, articulated facts. The information is so insightful, that even a reasonable man can read and understand the current terrain of the employment law. it is one of the best contemporary law book. Keep on delivering high quality literature. Your exceptional work is highly commendable.

  2. Well articulated and updated book. I appriciate it very much. I have a question is it legal correct for the employer to force employees to take 2 or 3 vacation leave days every month and being unpaid?

    1. Thanks for the positive feedback. As part of vacation leave management it is within the rights of every employer to manage vacation leave in this manner. Note that leave days are a cost to the company, and as such the employer has a right to control costs within an entity.

  3. I am currently pregnant and working for a motor vehicle parts industry, my Operations Manager recently found out that im pregnant and informed my immediate supervisor to write a memo to inform all ladies that if one is to fall pregnant at work they will automatically lose their job. My Supervisor refused to write the memo but from all indications it appears that if im to go for martenity i will lose my job . So how do i handle such a scenario. im a contract worker but in the contract its said im entitled to 3 months martenity leave

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