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1 October deadline is approaching. Are your EE forms ready?

by , 28 September 2015
1 October is around the corner. If you're a designated employer, you know you must report on your Employment Equity (EE) efforts by this date every year. Or 14 January if you submit it electronically.

But, do you know which forms you need to submit to the Department of Labour?

Are your forms ready?

You might take this lightly but one of our readers contacted us in a frantic. She wasn't sure which forms to complete.

But I'm here to help because I don't want her or you to get fines of up to R2.7 million for non-compliance. Keep reading to make sure your forms are ready before the 1 October deadline...


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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.
 


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