You have to comply with the 26 new Employment Equity Act amendments. These amendments affect the way you:
Complete these forms when reporting on Employment Equity
If you're a designated employer, you have to complete these forms when reporting on Employment Equity (EE) in your company:
EEA1 – Declaration by employee.
EEA2 – Employment Equity Report. Send this to the Employment Equity Registry.
EEA4 - Income differentials statement. Send this to the Employment Equity Registry.
Use these forms to compile your Employment Equity (EE) Report:
EEA8 – Use this to consult with your employees, and prepare your EE plan.
EEA9 – Helps you assess the different occupational levels for you to complete the EEA4. It also gives you the template to assess 'equal work, equal pay' differentials.
EEA10 – Complete in-house for you Annual Report.
EEA12 – Provides a template to document your barriers analysis in line with Section 19 of the EE Act.
For a detailed step-by-step guide on how to complete these forms, turn to chapter E27: Employment equity regulations
of your Practical Guide to Human Resources Management. If you don't have a copy yet, click here.