The deadline for the FIRST LUCKY DRAW is 26 April 2020. The actual draw is to take place on 30 April 2020. Obviously, these dates were advertised before the current coronavirus crisis hit us. The SALLR team has been inundated with requests to postpone both the above dates to later dates. We have therefore decided to conduct a survey to assist us in determining an appropriate response to the above requests.
You are cordially invited to participate in this survey by indicating your response, before 17h00 on Thursday, 24 April 2020, as follows:
If you think that the LUCKY DRAW should be POSTPONED:
- if you are reading this on your phone, laptop, etc, please go to https://bit.ly/SALLR-postpone
- if you are reading this on your desktop, please add us to your phone’s address book and send us a ‘yes’ on WhatsApp. Our WhatsApp number is 041 373 4322
If you think that the LUCKY DRAW should NOT BE POSTPONED:
- if you are reading this on your phone, laptop, etc, please go to https://bit.ly/SALLR-dont-postpone
- if you are reading this on your desktop, please add us to your phone’s address book and send us a ‘no’ on WhatsApp. Our WhatsApp number is 041 373 4322
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A short video answering the following questions you may have and regarding the upcoming live broadcasts of the SOUTH AFRICAN LABOUR LAW REPORTS (SALLR) 36th annual seminar.
During the recent live broadcasts of the SALLRs’ 36th annual seminar, held from Wednesday 12 August 2020 to Thursday 3 September 2020, the SALLR team conducted various surveys covering a variety of issues and, set out herein, are the combined results obtained from such five live broadcast sessions. Kindly note that the percentages have been rounded off.
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