Sassa-linked firm was wrong to fire staff who didn’t meet targets
Loans company tried to sack employees for not selling enough dodgy Sassa packages
The Johannesburg Labour Court has sided with eight telesales agents who were unfairly fired by a controversial financial services company in 2017 for not selling enough micro-loans.
This follows a legal bid to reverse a CCMA ruling that they return to their posts.
Moneyline, an arm of Net1 Financial Services, was until November 2018 contracted to distribute nearly 18 million social grants via the platform Cash Paymaster Services...