(section 82(1)(k), (l) and (m))
||The constitution must provide that the members of a workplace forum remain in office until the first meeting of the newly elected workplace forum.
||The constitution must include provisions allowing the members to resign as well as provisions for the removal of members from office.
||A member of a workplace forum may resign by giving written notice to the chairperson.
||A member of a workplace forum must vacate that office—
||when the member's resignation takes effect;
||if the member is promoted to senior managerial status;
||if the member is transferred from the workplace;
||if the member s employment is terminated;
||as a result of an award of a commissioner; or
||if the representative trade union that nominated a member removes the member
||The representative trade union, the employer, or the workplace forum may apply to the Commission to have a member of the workplace forum removed from office on the grounds of gross dereliction of the duties of office.
||Twenty percent of the employees in the workplace may submit a signed petition to the Commission applying for the removal from office of a member of the workplace forum on the grounds of gross dereliction of the duties of office.
||An application to remove a member of a workplace forum from office must be decided by arbitration under the auspices of the Commission.
||A by-election to fill any vacancy in the workplace forum must be conducted by an election officer.