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Employment Equity: Use this checklist to fill out your EEA2 Form correctly

by , 03 August 2016
Employment Equity: Use this checklist to fill out your EEA2 Form correctlyAccording to the Employment Equity Act, you have to submit several forms to the Department of Labour by the 1st of October every year. And one of the most important forms here has to be the EEA2 form. This is because some of your most important information as a designated employer is found here. And if you get any of it wrong, you could face heavy penalties!

So to ensure that you fill out your EEA2 form correctly, make sure you accurately report on the following seven items...

Keep reading to see what they are...

 

Employment Equity: Use this checklist to fill out your EEA2 Form correctly


Accurately report on the following seven items…

ITEM#1:

The total number of employees (Include employees with disabilities here).

ITEM#2:

The total number of employees with disabilities only in the different occupational categories, namely:

1.       Male Africans, Coloureds, Indians and Whites;
2.       Female Africans, Coloureds, Indians and Whites; and
3.       Male and Female Foreign Nationals.

ITEM#3:

The total number of new recruits (which includes people with disabilities in the past reporting year).

ITEM#4:

The total number of people you promote (which includes people with disabilities in the past year).

ITEM#5:

The total number of terminations that took place, including those with people with disabilities.

ITEM#6:

Reports on any disciplinary action. But this should only be on the formal outcomes of any disciplinary action taken.

ITEM#7:

The total number of people, from all relevant occupational levels, who received training.

Note that this is only for achieving numerical goals, and not for the number of training courses each individual attended.
 

*The next items to report on will be your numerical goals and targets.

To see how to correctly show them on your EEA2 form, page over to Chapter E 18 in your Labour Law for Managers handbook, or click here to order your copy today. 


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