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  • Four elements your EE Plan has to have
  • As a designated employer, it's your responsibility to ensure that you carry out all your employment equity (EE) duties correctly and effectively, otherwise you'll face a R2.7 million fine, and even risk losing as much as 10% of your annual turnover! Now, one of your most important duties, as a designated employer, has to be your EE Plan. Under section 20 of the Employment Equity Act, you are re... ››› more
  • [20 April 2016]
  • Your six main EE duties as a designated employer
  • As designated employer, you have various Employment Equity (EE) duties. And failure to carry them out will lead to fines of as much as R2.7 million! This is evidence enough to show why you must implement employment equity properly in the workplace. So to help you ensure that you are carrying out your EE obligations correctly, here are the 6 main EE duties you are required to carry out, as ... ››› more
  • [20 April 2016]
  • EE Audits: 2 Steps to conduct a quantitative analysis
  • As I'm sure you're fully aware, Section 19 of the Employment Equity Act says that you, as a designated employer, must carry out audits over Employment Equity in your workplace. This can be done in the form of analyses. Now, there are 2 categories of EE analyses, namely quantitative and qualitative analyses Let's take a look at quantitative EE analyses... *****Advertisement***** Re... ››› more
  • [29 March 2016]
  • 10 areas your AA measures should cover in your EE Plan
  • As a designated employer, you must have an EE Plan in place. And one of the main elements of your EE Plan are the Affirmative Action Measures. These show what measures you're taking in order to increase the opportunities of previously disadvantaged people in your company. In order to ensure that your EE Plan has effective affirmative action measures, cover the following 10 areas... **... ››› more
  • [23 March 2016]
  • EE Audits: Here's how to carry out a qualitative analysis
  • Under Section 19 of the Employment Equity (EE) Act, all designated employers are required to carry out analyses, otherwise known as audits, on EE in their workplaces. These analyses can be divided into two categories, namely quantitative and qualitative analyses. Now while a quantitative analysis is fairly simple, a qualitative analysis is a little more complex. Here's a rundown of how t... ››› more
  • [23 March 2016]
  • Don't be like the SAPS. Consider these seven factors to ensure your EE Plan is lawful
  • Earlier this year, it was reported that the Labour Court declared the South African Police Service's (SAPS's) Employment Equity (EE) Plan invalid. It was found that the plan amounted to nothing more than a quota system, which in itself was non-compliant with the EE Act as well as Section 2 of the Constitution. Now, from this recent news, there appears to have been a misinterpretation, from t... ››› more
  • [17 March 2016]
  • There's one simple way to make sure you're implementing all 26 EE changes...
  • If you're a designated employer (this is if you have 50 employees or more, and your company's turnover exceeds Schedule 4 of the Employment Equity (EE) Act), you have to comply with the Employment Equity Act. But with the 26 recent changes to the Act, and fines sitting at R2.7 million or 10% of your turnover you need to keep up to date and compliant.... And there's one simple way to do this. Wi... ››› more
  • [17 March 2016]
  • You can discriminate against employees... And avoid paying millions!
  • With all the recent hype in the media about racism and unfair discrimination, I know you're cringing at the penalties of R2.7 million or 10% of your turnover, you could face for discrimination! But what if I told you there are times you can discriminate? Well, there are. You just need to bear in mind, it still has to be for fair reasons... So let's see when you can fairly discriminate... ... ››› more
  • [10 March 2016]
  • How are you increasing employment opportunities in your company's EE Plan
  • As a designated employer, you need to have a valid EE Plan. In your EE Plan, you must describe what steps you're taking to increase employment opportunities for previously disadvantaged people at your company. These are your affirmative action measures (Section 20, of the Employment Equity Act). But many employers I've spoken to are struggling in this area. So that's why I'm writing to yo... ››› more
  • [22 February 2016]
  • How submitting your employment equity report could lead to a R2.7 million fine!
  • You can't legally submit an EE Report to the DoL if you don't have a valid EE Plan in place. So since you submitted your EE Report, the DoL expects that if they visit you, you'll show them your fully compliant, 100% complete EE Plan. But if you don't have an EE Plan, or it's not fully compliant of the 26 recent amendments to the Employment Equity Act, you could face fines of up to 10% of your t... ››› more
  • [28 January 2016]
  • NEWS: First ever EE Awards held. Stern warnings on non-compliance
  • As reported by SABC News, Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, said that inequality is still very much alive and well in many workplaces around the country. He shared these words on Thursday 15th October at the country's very first Employment Equity Awards, in which the South African Broadcasting Commission (SABC) won the overall public sector award and Pick 'n Pay won the overall private sector awa... ››› more
  • [16 October 2015]
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