Daymon Worldwide v CCMA

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In Daymon Worldwide SA Inc. v CCMA and Others, an important case in South African labour law, the Labour Court followed the recent decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal in Murray v Minister of Defence,[1] finding that a company had done what it could to assist a woman who had resigned because she had allegedly been sexually harassed. Her resignation, therefore, did not constitute constructive dismissal.

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  1. ^ 2009 (3) SA 130 (SCA).