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
If you're a designated employer, then you simply have to comply with the Employment Equity Act (EEA).
If you don't you'll land up with heavy non-compliance penalties, and costly legal procedures for you and your business.
So to help you stay on track, here's an outline of 10 things you should be doing to ensure you comply with the EE Act...
Revealed: The ONE... ››› more
In order to be fully compliant with the EE Act, you're required to accommodate 'consultation'. And failure to do this can lead to heavy fines being imposed on you.
'Consultation' can be with a representative trade union or, if you don't have a union, with employees or their nominated representatives.
But most designated employers have an EE Forum for these 'consultations'.
But now what ex... ››› more
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