1. Comply with the law
Keep up to date with all labour legislation and ensure that you're 100% compliant.
With over 70 changes made to the BCEA, EEA and Labour Relations Act in 2014... As YOU read this...
Your company could be hurtling towards a
CRIPPLING LABOUR DISPUTE!
2. Display a statement of your employee's rights:
Display your employees' rights in line with the Basic Conditions of Employment Act. This can be easily done through a wall chart. Click here to get yours.
3. Have an attendance register:
You must keep an attendance record for each employee for at least three years from the date of the first entry.
Include on the register the following details:
• The name and occupation of the employee;
• Working hours;
• Remuneration ; and
• Any other necessary information in relation to your business.
4. Provide written details of employment:
You must provide written details of employment to employees as soon as they start working. Include these details in the employees' employment contracts.
This details include, but are not limited to:
• The date on which employment began;
• Ordinary working hours;
• Wages; and
• Leave entitlement.
5. Keep all information about payment
This can include providing payslips to your employees every month.
So there you have it – five very practical tips to prepare for the day the labour inspector comes knocking on your door.