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  • 'Equal pay for work of equal value'. What exactly does it mean?
  • 'Equal pay for work of equal value'. What exactly does it mean? With Employment Equity, there's a phrase 'equal work for pay of equal value'. Now this may seem straightforward, but the truth is that many can't help but ask, 'What exactly constitutes work of equal value?' After all, how can you determine equal value if you don't even know what to look out for? Let's a look... Wha... ››› more
  • [03 February 2017]
  • These five records will ensure you pass your EE inspection with flying colours!
  • As an employer who operates in South Africa, you have to comply with the requirements of the Employment Equity Act. And our labour and HR experts have discovered one of the main reasons employers fail to comply with the EE Act, is they don't have the appropriate records in their EE file when the labour inspector comes for a visit. This often leads to penalties of up to R2.7 million or 10% o... ››› more
  • [08 July 2016]
  • How are you increasing employment opportunities in your company's EE Plan
  • As a designated employer, you need to have a valid EE Plan. In your EE Plan, you must describe what steps you're taking to increase employment opportunities for previously disadvantaged people at your company. These are your affirmative action measures (Section 20, of the Employment Equity Act). But many employers I've spoken to are struggling in this area. So that's why I'm writing to... ››› more
  • [29 June 2016]
  • Outline: 10 things you should be doing to ensure you comply with the EE Act
  • 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... *****Advertisement***** Revealed: The ONE... ››› more
  • [12 April 2016]
  • Spot any gaps in your company's EE with these 6 steps
  • Did you know that if you don't implement the changes made to the Employment Equity Act (2014), you could very well end up paying hefty fines of 10% of your annual financial turnover? So then use these 6 steps in assessing your current EE endeavours in order to spot any gaps with the new requirements... Step#1: Understand what's required Before making any changes, it only makes sense to first... ››› more
  • [03 February 2016]
  • 6 Effective steps to implement EE in your company
  • Every company has a legal obligation to comply with the Employment Equity Act in promoting equity in the workplace that is free of unfair discrimination. Here are 6 great steps for you to use to implement employment equity within your company: Step#1: Educate and train all your staff You must educate and train all of your staff on what the Employment Equity Act (EEA) says, along withthe rights... ››› more
  • [01 December 2015]
  • Use these four codes to help you manage EE in workplace
  • If you're a designated employer, then the Employment Equity (EE) Act applies to you. And it's your legal obligation to comply with it. Failure to do so can lead to heavy penalties. Our Minister of Labour, Mildred Oliphant, recently said that any employers who don't comply with employment equity laws will be prosecuted. But, there are various codes which you can use to assist your EE manageme... ››› more
  • [19 October 2015]
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