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Avoid a fine of R1.5m! Get to know the ins and outs of employment equity today.

by , 02 July 2014
If you're a designated employer you need to comply with the Employment Equity EE) Act. If you don't you could face a fine of R1 500 000, and this is just the start.

The initial fine is R1 500 000. But it can increase to R2 700 000 depending on how many sections of the EE Act the Department of Labour (Dol) believes you have infringed.

There are eight things you must do to make sure you comply with the EE Act.

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Eight things you must do to make that you comply with the EE Act.

1.    Consult with your employees about the preparation and implementation of the EE plan.

2.    Elect an EE committee.

3.    Assign a manager who'll take responsibility for monitoring and implementing the EE plan.

4.    Analyse your employment practices, procedures and the working environment to identify employment barriers.

5.    Conduct analysis of the occupational categories and level of employees and their racial and genders representation.

6.    Prepare an EE report in the prescribed format.

7.    Develop an EE plan.

8.    Report to the director General of Labour of progress made when implementing the plan.

Turn to E03: Employment Equity in The Practical Guide to Human Resources Management for information on how to draw up your EE plan. Still not a subscriber? Click here to find out more...

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