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The Supreme Court in the case of Republic v Bank of Ghana & 5 Ors; Ex Parte Benjamin Duffour[1]has held that an injunction order prohibiting an employer from holding disciplinary hearings against an employee in a specific matter does not...

Take a newspaper. Flip through the pages randomly. You may well see an employer-sponsored notice in there together with a photograph informing the public that the subject of the notice is no longer an employee. The notice will often go on to...

The Supreme Court in the case of Benjamin Aryee & 691 Others v The Cocoa Marketing Board[1] held that a worker initially employed as a casual worker but whose services are used continuously by the employer  for a period exceeding 6 months...

By Samuel Alesu-Dordzi on Mar 8th, 2018

Social Media has come to stay. But will your job stay? Social media has changed the way we relate to the world around us. It has changed the way we communicate with ourselves. And so has it affected the relationship between an employer and employee. We...

On 26 July 2017, the Supreme Court ruled that the High Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the Labour Commission in hearing cases of unfair termination of employment[1]. This also means that the High Court, just as the Labour Commission, is able to order the reinstatement of an employee (a remedy which previously was said to be unknown to the Courts...