Numsa won Constitutional court case against labour brokers

Numsa won Constitutional court case against labour brokers

- Numsa celebrated a victory after the Constitutional court ruled in their favour on Thursday

- The ruling ensures that workers employed through a labour broker are officially considered employed after 3 months with an employee

- This ruling will help protect employees from exploitation in the future

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On Thursday the Constitutional court ruled in favour of Numsa - a ruling that is considered a massive win for workers in South Africa.

According to The Citizen, the ruling means that any worker placed by a labour broker will automatically become an employee after 3 months with an employer.

Zwelinzima Vavi from the SA Federation of Trade Unions said it's "now over" for labour brokers.

For a long time, labour brokers have been accused of exploiting workers. Workers making use of labour brokers claimed to earn less than permanent employees and their jobs aren't secure.

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Often, contractors with labour brokers were dismissed unfairly and could do nothing to fight it.

This ruling offers workers more security and will protect employees more effectively against exploitation.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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