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  • Ensure your business documents are POPI compliant with these three useful tips
  • The minute the long-awaited Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI) comes into affect , all SA businesses will HAVE to comply with it. But, says Gianmarco Lorenzi, Managing Director of Cleardata - a group company of JSE listed Metrofile Holdings Limited - getting acquainted with the new regulations isn't simple: 'Businesses may need to alter processes completely and may even need to hire ... ››› more
  • [30 April 2015]
  • Protect your employees' information... Or 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 from Harassment Act and Protection of Personal Information Act, or POPI. If you don't, you could spend ten years in jail or pay a R10 million fine! Before we look at what you have to do, let's see what data you have to protect... What is employee's data and personal infor... ››› more
  • [28 April 2015]
  • Do you know the basic rules of evidence when you've got a case at the CCMA?
  • Let's assume you present a case at a disciplinary hearing at the CCMA. In a situation like this, you need to know the basic rules of evidence. Why is this important? Because the final resolution depends on the evidence you present! Evidence and the CCMA: What you need to know The Chairperson of your hearing or the CCMA Commissioner can only make a decision using the evidence you present. If... ››› more
  • [24 April 2015]
  • The difference between negligence and gross negligence and how to deal with it
  • First of all, keep in mind that whenever an employee signs his employment contract, he makes his services and skills available to you. He also agrees to do his tasks with the diligence and care you can expect of him in his position. If he doesn't fulfill this, he's negligent. But is it just negligence or is it something more? Let's take a look... Let's look now at how we define negligenc... ››› more
  • [23 April 2015]
  • How labour inspectors deal with non-compliers: What a compliance order should include
  • Every employer should know that if a labour inspector doesn't believe you're complying with the law, he'll try get to you to comply with the BCEA in writing. This means that he'll ask you to confirm in writing that you'll fix what it is you're not complying with, and within what time frame. Moreover, he'll try do this by meeting with you or your representatives, or through serving a document in... ››› more
  • [21 April 2015]
  • Do this to ensure your employees don't misuse their company cell phones
  • The Limpopo province is investigating their deputy speaker, Lehlogonolo Masoga. This after he racked up a whopping R125 000 cell phone bill in one month. Talk about a huge bill! But that's not the problem. The real problem is the fact that, the City Press reports, a huge chunk of it allegedly came because Masoga watched porn while on an official overseas trip. Talk about a no-no! Especia... ››› more
  • [30 March 2015]
  • Use these tips to implement company policies regarding your employees' behaviour
  • We all have undisciplined employees. It happens every now and then, it happens in small companies and big ones. No business is immune to conflict and no business has a secret to prevent this. At the end of the day, it's human nature testing our nerves, bending workplace productivity and forcing us to come up with the best solutions for such incidents at the office. Today, we're giving you a ... ››› more
  • [27 March 2015]
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