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Use these four Codes of Good Practice to implement and manage employment equity at your workplace

by , 05 September 2014
The Employment Equity Act (EE Act) calls on you to remove unfair discrimination in your workplace and achieve employment equity.

We understand this is a big task.

That's why our experts have done the hard work for you. They've put together a list of four Codes of Good Practice to help you implement and manage employment equity at your workplace.

Read on to find out more about these Codes so you'll comply with the EE Act and avoid hefty fines.


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If you want to implement and manage employment equity at your workplace, have these four Codes of Good Practice on hand

Besides the Employment Equity Act itself, its amendments as well as Employment Equity Regulations, use these four Codes of Good Practice to assist you with EE:

#1: The Code of Good Practice on the Preparation, Implementation & Monitoring of Employment Equity Plans.

This Code will guide you on key aspects of Employment Equity Plans.

#2: The Code of Good Practice on the Employment of People with Disabilities

This Code will give you direction on key aspects of promoting equal opportunities and fair treatment for people with disabilities.

#3: Code of Good Practice on Integration of Employment Equity into Human Resource Policies and Practices

The guidelines in this code will allow you to ensure you base your human resource policies and practices on (fair) discrimination and reflect employment equity principles.

#4: Code of Good Practice on Key Aspects of HIV/AIDS and Employment

This Code's objective is to provide guidelines for you (employer), your workers and trade unions on how to manage HIV/AIDS in the workplace.

There you have it: Using these four Codes of Good Practice will help you implement and manage employment equity at your workplace.

If you need more information on how to implement employment equity, check out The Employment Equity Act Compliance Toolkit.

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