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Retrenchment is an act of cutting down or reduction, particularly of public expenditure. Contents. [hide]. 1 Political usage; 2 See also; 3 Sources; 4 References ...

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Retrenchment definition, the act of retrenching; a cutting down or off, as by the reduction of expenses. See more.

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Definition of retrenchment: Forced lay-off of employees by a firm, usually to cut down its payroll.

www.labour.gov.za/DOL/legislation/acts/basic-guides/basic-guide-to-retrenchment

Sep 12, 2008 ... Employers must consider alternatives to retrenchment. Employers must consult all the relevant parties when considering worker retrenchment.

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May 24, 2017 ... Employers who are retrenching employees must give notice and offer retrenchment benefits to eligible employees. Find out the requirements ...

www.polity.org.za/article/what-are-your-rights-when-retrenchment-comes-knocking-2011-01-10

Jan 10, 2011 ... Retrenchments are known as no-fault dismissals because the employment relationship is terminated as a result of the employer's operational ...

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Ivan Israelstam. Employers have regularly been reminded in this column of the factors that render dismissals for operational requirements (retrenchments) fair ...

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Retrenchment is the process by which staff is reduced to cull redundant employees and reduce the wage bill. The Labour Relations Act 1 , permits employers to ...

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Define retrenchment. retrenchment synonyms, retrenchment pronunciation, retrenchment translation, English dictionary definition of retrenchment. n. 1. A cutting ...