Your EE Report is due on 1 October 2016…Comply now or get a fine of up to R2.7m or 10% of your turnover
The 1st of October seems so far away and you think there's plenty of time to complete your EE Report. Think again! Filling out the EE forms correctly is no easy task and you WILL be fined for every instance of non-compliance.
Find out how to do your report correctly and comply with all the EE requirements while avoiding hefty fines at the EE Summit 2016.
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Four items you need to include in your EEA4 form…
Housing, accommodation allowances or subsidies.
Car allowances or the provision of cars.
But not if you provide cars so employees can work.
Your contributions to medical aids, pensions, provident funds, death benefit and funeral benefit schemes or any other similar schemes.
Any cash payments you make to an employee, or any other payment in kind your employee receives, excluding
Keep reading to see what those exclusions are…
BONUS TIP: Exclusions list
Exclude the following seven items from your EEA4 form…
Any cash payments or payments in kind you give employees can work.
This can include any equipment, tools or closely-related allowances, as well as transport or helping with transport allowances so employees can travel between work and home.
This can include tips your employees get or gifts you give them.
Discretionary payments you don't link to an employee's performance or working hours.
Education and schooling allowances.
*To learn more, like all the other Employment Equity forms you need to fill out correctly, page over to Chapter E 18: Employment Equity – How to Submit your Forms,
in your Labour Law for Managers
handbook today, or click here
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