Are you responsible for EE in your company? Read this now!
In the new amendments to the Employment Equity Act
, the DoL says you must:
· Get rid of all unfair discrimination
– or face a R30 000 fine;
· Draw up a legally compliant EE plan every year
– and use the new method to submit;
· Pay employees who do the same work equally
– or risk being taken to court;
· Set up an EE forum that is a correct representation of the nation
– be careful, SAPS got this wrong;
· Report on how you're achieving your EE goals
– but what if you're not…?
· And loads more
But do you even know where to start?
Get all the information you need to get to grips with the EE Act requirements at the EE Summit 2016.
Plus with 9 case studies from HR Professionals in SA, you'll walk away with practical tips and tools you can use to comply with the EE Act.
Click here for more information…
Five records you need to have in your EE file to pass the labour inspection with flying colours...
If the Department of labour does an EE inspection in your company, make sure you have these appropriate EE records:
1. Your current Employment Equity Plan
This is the signed copy of the current EE plan signed by the CEO. It's also a good idea to keep a copy of the previous Plans in the file, as well.
Which show how your EE Plan has been communicated to all staff and where employees can freely view or copy your Plan.
3. EE nominations and acceptance
The file should contain the documentation related to the nomination and election of the members for the Employment Equity Committee as well as signed EE Member Acceptance Forms.
Keep reading below for the last two….
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Don't let the new Employment Equity amendments be the reason the DoL comes after you
There are still many employers who don't know exactly what the new 26 amendments are or even how to apply them.
If you employ more than 50 people or if your turnover is over the Employment Equity Act threshold for your industry, you need to comply with each and every one of them.
Click here to find out what you need to do to comply and avoid penalties from the DoL.
4. Appointment of EE Manager
The Employment Equity Manager must sign a letter appointing him to the position and accepting his responsibilities as the EE Manager. Also include a copy of his goals that clarify his responsibilities in terms of Employment Equity.
5. Employment Equity Committee Members
Keep a current list of EE Committee members on file. Remember to update the list each time a committee member is appointed or resigns.
There are actually 12 items you need to have in your EE file so the labour inspector doesn't penalise you. Turn to chapter E03: Employment equity unfair discrimination of your Practical Guide to Human Resources Management handbook to see all the records you must have in your EE file.
Don't have a copy yet? Click here now!
And as a designated employer, if you don't comply with the EE Act, you'll face penalties of R2.7 million or 10% of your turnover, per instance of non-compliance. Don't miss out on the 2016 EE Summit
to find out everything you need to know!