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Claiming UIF – Myths and Challenges Part 2

UIF continued…. Important Information

Firstly, important information when claiming UIF – personal details such as surnames are a real problem, especially for married women. This is because the surnames at the Dept of Labour don’t always match the surnames which Home Affairs has for you, despite the fact that you may have your new ID in your new surname. In addition, if your surname at the Dept of Labour doesn’t match the surname that your bank account is in, then payments will not go through. When problems do occur, the onus is on the claimant to prove their information is correct but either going to Home Affairs, or the bank etc, to obtain substantiating evidence that their information is correct.

Claiming UIF – Myths and Challenges Part 1

UIF MYTHS AND CHALLENGES PART 1

Anyone who has been in the unfortunate position of claiming UIF due to unemployment, maternity, adoption or illness, will know that the process of claiming UIF is not what we would call “for the feint-hearted”. For those who have never had to claim, you can equate it to renewing a drivers licence or dealing with any other government institution, where one arrives ever hopeful and blissfully unaware of where to go and what to do. There is always a welcome relief when finding someone willing to smile and show you the way to the first queue you need to stand in … however often this is not the case. And almost guaranteed that if the “not know what to do” part doesn’t raise those cortisol levels, the frustration of time-wasting queues, will!

DOMESTIC WAGES 2018 INCREASE – Effective 1st January 2018

DOMESTIC WAGES 2018 INCREASE

http://www.labour.gov.za/DOL/downloads/legislation/sectoral-determinations/basic-conditions-of-employment/domesticwages_2017.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

The Government Printing works will not be held responsible for any errors That might occur due to the submission of incomplete/incorrect/illegible copy. No future queries will be handled in connection with the above.

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Christmas Wishes and Office Hours over the Festive period

The Staff at Pay Solutions would like to wish all our Christian clients a Blessed, Safe and Spirit filled Christmas this season.

To our clients of other faiths, we wish you a wonderful, safe and restful break over this time.

We hope that 2018 will be a good year for all.

Please note: Our Offices will be closed from Thursday 21st December 2017 until Friday 5th January 2018.

Basic Payroll Administration Training

Basic Payroll Administration Training from SA Payroll Association

SA PAYROLL ASSOCIATION REPRESENT THE PAYROLL PROFESSION IN SOUTH AFRICA

BECOME A MEMBER AND ENJOY SOME OF THE MANY BENEFITS ON OFFER, KEEP UPDATED WITH THE LATEST LEGISLATION BY ATTENDING ONE OF THE MANY TRAINING COURSES-

 

TRAINING COURSES 

29th June Johannesburg Emoluments
Magistrates Court Act
Current Legislation
EAO’s – current position
Debt in SA and impact on Payroll
How to manage EAO’s in Payroll
New Legislation 975.00 (Morning)

Should you wish to get more information or book for this course click here

SA Payroll Association

SA Payroll Association News & Training

NEWS FROM SA PAYROLL ASSOCIATION

COID Salaries Ceiling: This has increased to 403 500.00 with effect 1 April 2017

COID Compensation Benefits: Increased effective 1 April 2017. The details can be seen here

UIF: Still no increase in the earnings contribution side of UIF.

SA PAYROLL ASSOCIATION

The Directors of the South African Payroll Association are excited to announce the SAPA Conference 2017, scheduled for:
6 – 7 September 2017 at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg, 12 September 2017 in Cape Town and 14 September 2017 in Durban.