Wednesday, December 11, 2019

UNFAIR POWERS SUBJUGATE HUMAN RIGHTS TO DIGNITY AND ECONOMIC AGENCY IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN LABOUR MARKET

If job seekers hope to fairly negotiate their wages  with prospective employers without falling victim to an unfair balance of power, they cannot share payslips during the recruitment process.

#PayslipBanSA intends legally challenging firms on the basis that they are in conflict with the Competition Act and the Constitution when they do this.

If prospective employers want to know how much competitors pay, why don’t they ask them directly?

NO COMPETITION

Forcing competing firm pay information from applicants destroys  rights to fairness and dignity as enshrined in South Africa’s Constitution.

The extortion of rival firm compensation contravenes the notion of fair competition for talent among firms, as protected by the Competition Act.

#PayslipBanSA is currently raising funds to take action against the Competition Commission of South Africa for leading a labour market cartel.

When firms use payslips to determine wages, they:

  • unfairly compete for talent
  • institute discrimination and inequality
  • use information unfairly obtained to breach applicant trust and price-fix pay.

Income inequality can be addressed if recruitment practices are regulated and consequences instituted against those ignoring the rule of law.

The Tsotsi List

If you’re a job seeker, forward recruiter emails disregarding your rights and those of your current / former employers.

We are collecting evidence for court proceedings and to raise awareness.

All information is regarded as confidential, we never disclose our sources and are committed to making the job market better. We need your evidence to force fairness and justice.

My #Recruitment Experience

RECRUITERS O’BRIEN OH NO!

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