Government closer to invoking Employment Equity Act Compliance to reverse non-compliance with legislation – Labour Deputy Minister, iNkosi Phathekile Holomisa on 30 October 2017.
A total of 50 JSE Securities-listed companies including the JSE itself reviewed as part of the Director-General Reviews were found to be non-compliant with employment equity (EE) Act.
The Department of Labour Inspection and Enforcement Services (IES) branch is currently as part of its work plan; conducting Director-General Reviews to designated employers where 72 JSE listed companies operating in different sectors were identified as subject of reviews. The reviews started in July 2017.
Part 3 of Pay Solutions Employment Equity Amendments info. in preparation of Employment Equity Submission to the Department of Labour.
ARE YOU READY FOR EMPLOYMENT EQUITY SUBMISSION
3.6. Employment Equity Plan: Section 20
(a) A designated employer must prepare and implement an Employment Equity Plan, which must not be shorter than one year and not longer than five years, and should include a timetable for the achievement of goals and objectives for each year of the plan.
With Pay Solutions you can feel confident knowing we keep abreast of legislation changes to ensure we give the correct advice to our clients. With the recent Employment Equity Amendments 2014, BEE Act and the Skills Development Act, we will be advising you on these changes over the next few weeks. Pay Solutions are here to answer any questions you might have regarding Employment Equity Amendments 2014.
The Employment Equity Amendments 2014 came into effect in August 2014, it is important to note these changes as submissions are due in a few months time and we want to ensure our clients are prepared and ready to submit. We will be discussing this over the next 3 weeks.