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  • If you don't protect your employees' information it could cost you R10 million!
  • If you don't protect your employees' information it could cost you R10 million!
    You have a legal obligation to protect your employees' data and personal information. This is according to the Protection of Personal Information Act, or POPI. If you don't, you could spend 10 years in jail or pay a R10 million fine! And while we're waiting for the President to confirm the effective date, you'll only have a year to make sure you're doing everything you can to make sure you're ... ››› more
  • [09 March 2017]
  • Five questions you should never ask during an interview
  • Five questions you should never ask during an interview
    I'm sure you know by now that the law doesn't allow any discrimination against an employee or job applicant (Employment Equity Act). So when you plan your interviews with job applicants, protect yourself and your company by making sure you avoid questions that may be discriminatory. Because if you're found guilty of discrimination, you could get a penalty of up to 10% of your business turnover.... ››› more
  • [02 March 2017]
  • Think you still have plenty of time to get your EE house in order? Think again!
  • At this time of the year, many companies probably think that they still have plenty of time to get their EE house in order, so to speak. Unfortunately, the Department of Labour inspectors work year-round and they are already well into their stride with Employment Equity audits. I have noticed a marked increase in the number of Director-General audits this year compared to the same timeframe la... ››› more
  • [28 February 2017]
  • Does the death of an 'in-law' qualify for family responsibility leave?
  • Does the death of an 'in-law' qualify for family responsibility leave?
    How often have you had this question: 'My brother-in-law passed away and I need to take family responsibility leave go to the funeral'. And what is your immediate reaction? Yes? No? If your answer is 'no', then you're 100% correct! Let's see why... Case Law: Public Servants Association on behalf of Jonase and Department of Justice & Constitutional Development (2011) 32 ILJ 1271 (BC... ››› more
  • [13 February 2017]
  • Employee privacy: What are your rights as the employer?
  • Employee privacy: What are your rights as the employer?
    Where do your employees' rights to privacy end and your right to protect your business begin? What if you need to protect your company from employee theft? Or have to protect it from slander through employee emails? These are just two of the circumstances that could force you to invade your employees' privacy. But before you do, make sure you know what your company's obligations are when it comes ... ››› more
  • [10 February 2017]
  • Case Law: Is alcohol abuse misconduct or incapacity?
  • Case Law: Is alcohol abuse misconduct or incapacity?
    One issue which many employers struggle with, is that if an employee commits an alcohol-related offence in the workplace, how do you label it to begin with? In other words, should it be seen as a form of incapacity or of misconduct? After all, simply determining this can alter the entire way you handle the incident. In the following case, some light will be shed on the issue. Take a look..... ››› more
  • [06 February 2017]
  • The DoL took 1400 companies to court for not complying with employment equity law...
  • Last year, the DoL took 1 400 of South Africa's medium and large companies to Labour Court for not complying with the Employment Equity (EE) Act. The first issue of non-compliance was that these companies didn't submit their EE reports. And as we all know, this is one of the legal requirements you need to meet as a designated employer. So the DoL decided to make an example of them and set a pre... ››› more
  • [03 February 2017]
  • Use this checklist to help ensure you're fully compliant with the Employment Equity Act
  • Do you have 50 or more employees in your company? Or is your company's annual turnover higher than Schedule 4 of the Employment Equity Act? If so, then you're labelled a 'designated employer'. And with that label comes a lot of legal responsibilities, the most important of which is to comply fully with the Employment Equity Act. If you don't comply with it completely, then you'll face heavy ... ››› more
  • [03 February 2017]
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