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Seminar Features

Whatever was missing from labour law and industrial relations seminars, SALLR added it.

Each SALLR annual seminar boasts the following brilliant features to ensure a quality experience:

  • added content

The content of the current seminar workbook is merged with all previous seminar workbooks to form a fully-searchable electronic product

  • added recognition

Each delegate receives an SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) or Institute of People Management (IPM) certificate reflecting Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points linked to attending the learning event – further CPD points can be obtained if an evidence file is compiled

  • added support

Learner assistants deal with queries raised by delegates after they have attended a seminar

  • added access

In the period in between seminars, delegates are kept up-to-date by receiving free subscription to the SALLR website as well as the SALLR – such subscription covers access to selected published judgments and arbitration awards

  • added participation

Delegates are able to participate in discussions online, subsequent to the seminar, and, furthermore, are made aware of hot topics by means of Brainfood, the regular SALLR newsletter

Search SALLR eLibraries

The SALLR eLibraries Search Function searches the name and content of the documents and will return documents that satisfy the search criteria.

You can search using the following:
  • Name
  • SALLR Number
  • Unreported Case Number 
  • Any word or words that might appear inside the document.
You have the option to specify how the search engine must find the search term in the documents. Options are:
  • Any: Any of the words in the search term must appear in the document
  • All: All of the words in the search term must appear in the document, in no particular order
  • Exact: The search term must appear in the document, exactly as specified.


You have the option to choose which library to search:

  • Bargaining Council Library
  • CCMA
  • South African Labour Law Reports Library 

You can also limit the search to a specific year.


Use the navigation menu on the left to search through the VZR eLibraries.


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Ahead of the game

South Africa is internationally celebrated as having the most progressive and dynamic labour legislation in the world.  The pace of change is such that organisations often find it difficult to keep up with such developments.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN LABOUR LAW REPORTS (SALLR) has not only kept up with such developments but it has raced ahead.  From a small publication in 1990, it has become South Africa’s premier annual labour law and industrial relations seminar.