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Namibie - Voies de recours et procédure contentieuse en cas de litiges individuels


Voies de recours et procédure contentieuse en cas de litiges individuels - Namibie - 2013    

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Compensation pour licenciement injustifié - montant librement déterminé par la cour: Oui

Remarks:
  • No legal limits on the amount of compensation for unfair dismissal to be awarded by the arbitrator (see sec. 86(15) c) LA)

Possibilité de réintégration dans l'emploi: Oui

Remarks:
  • Sec. 86(15) d) LA.

Conciliation préalable obligatoire: Oui

Remarks:
  • Art. 86(5) LC: "Unless the dispute has already been conciliated, the arbitrator must attempt to resolve the dispute through conciliation before beginning the arbitration."
    See also art. 85(6) LC: "If the conciliation attempt is unsuccessful, the arbitrator must begin the arbitration".

Courts ou tribunaux compétents : tribunal du travail

Remarks:
  • The Labour Court will only be competent to hear appeals against an arbitrator's award
    * on any question of law alone;
    * in the case of an award in a dispute initially referred to the labour Commissioner concerning the fundamental rights, on a question of fact, law or mixed fact and law (sec. 89 (1) LA).

Règlement des litiges individuels par arbitrage: Oui

Remarks:
  • Arbitration is the ordinary mechanism settling disputes relating to the breach of a contract of employment or a collective agreement (see sec. 84 to 86 LA). Any party to such dispute may refer it in writing to the Labour Commissioner or any labour office which will then refer the dispute to an arbitrator to attempt to resolve the dispute through arbitration; (sec. 86 (1) LA).
    If the dispute concerns a dismissal, it must be done within six months after the date of the dismissal.

Durée de la procédure: 12 mois

Remarks:
  • Between 3 and 12 months depending on Court scheduling.

    See: Direct Request (CEACR) - adopted 2011, published 101st ILC session (2012)

    "The Committee notes the information contained in the Government's report received in October 2011 in reply to the 2009 direct request. (...) The Government further reports that the average time to examine the appeals is done in accordance with the Labour Court Rules and ranges between three to 12 months, or more depending on Court scheduling."

% de litiges relatifs au licenciement par raport au nombre total de litiges: 70 %

Remarks:
  • See: Direct Request (CEACR) - adopted 2011, published 101st ILC session (2012)

    "The Committee notes the information contained in the Government's report received in October 2011 in reply to the 2009 direct request. The Government reports that 70 per cent of 3,100 registered labour disputes concerned termination of employment (unfair dismissals). Some of the disputes were successfully conciliated while others were referred to arbitration. Out of 86 appeals and reviews that were filed at the Labour Court, 70 were unfair dismissal claims."

Notes / Remarques
See: Direct Request (CEACR) - adopted 2011, published 101st ILC session (2012)

"The Committee notes the information contained in the Government's report received in October 2011 in reply to the 2009 direct request. The Government reports that 70 per cent of 3,100 registered labour disputes concerned termination of employment (unfair dismissals). Some of the disputes were successfully conciliated while others were referred to arbitration. Out of 86 appeals and reviews that were filed at the Labour Court, 70 were unfair dismissal claims. The Government further reports that the average time to examine the appeals is done in accordance with the Labour Court Rules and ranges between three to 12 months, or more depending on Court scheduling. The Committee notes that there were 3,089 terminations for economic or similar reasons between 1 April 2010 and 31 March 2011".