- Your six main Employment Equity duties as a designated employer
- As designated employer, you have various Employment Equity (EE) duties. And failure to carry them out will lead to fines of as much as R2.7 million!
This is evidence enough to show why you must implement employment equity properly in the workplace.
So to help you ensure that you are carrying out your EE obligations correctly, here are the 6 main EE duties you are required to carry out, as a ... ››› more
- [13 July 2016]
- Answer 'YES' to these eight questions before dismissing a poor performer
- Do you have an employee who:
· Makes many mistakes without showing any indication of learning from them;
· Provides poor quality services; and
· Overall, just doesn't deliver on what you expect of him?
If so, then you have a poor performer on your hands. And the chances are that your patience is beginning to wear thin, to the point where you'll run to HR and dema... ››› more
- [06 June 2016]
- EE Audits: Here's how to carry out a qualitative analysis
- Under Section 19 of the Employment Equity (EE) Act, all designated employers are required to carry out analyses, otherwise known as audits, on EE in their workplaces.
These analyses can be divided into two categories, namely quantitative and qualitative analyses.
Now while a quantitative analysis is fairly simple, a qualitative analysis is a little more complex.
Here's a rundown of how t... ››› more
- [23 March 2016]
- SAPS EE plan recently ruled unlawful
- In Johannesburg last week, the Labour Court ruled that the South African Police Service's Employment Equity Plan was unlawful. This is as reported by the Citizen... The Court noted that the EE Plan turned out to be a quota system and so is non-compliant with the Employment Equity Act. It also violates the equality clause of the Constitution, namely section ((2).
Deputy General Secretary of Soli... ››› more
- [03 February 2016]
- NEWS: First ever EE Awards held. Stern warnings on non-compliance
- As reported by SABC News, Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, said that inequality is still very much alive and well in many workplaces around the country. He shared these words on Thursday 15th October at the country's very first Employment Equity Awards, in which the South African Broadcasting Commission (SABC) won the overall public sector award and Pick 'n Pay won the overall private sector awa... ››› more
- [16 October 2015]