Hi. so I got a job in other city with ho...

Asked by caralyne on 12-03-2022 01:51:25
Question posted in the Landlord Tenant Law category relating to North West

Hi. so I got a job in other city with house. then I got hurt at work and my boss told me I have to tell the hospital that I'm not working because otherwise he wil get problems. so then he fired me and then chase me out of the house. now I have no money no house and no family to stay with. should he take me back to my city?

Answer to the Question

Posted by Att. Patrick on 20-03-2022 09:03:35

Hi there,

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I think that you need to lodge a dispute at the CCMA in relation to him firing you! I mean, he can't just fire you for no reason. That's illegal. He can only fire you if he takes you to a disciplinary hearing and proves that you need to be fired.

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