Employment Equity Compliance update for the 2nd Quarter of 2017

  • Posted on: 9 June 2017
  • By: Cindy Jordaan

Employers who employ 50 or more employees, or who have reached a certain turnover threshold for their industry are considered to be designated employers.  These employers need to comply to additional sections of the Employment Equity Act, and report to the Department of Labour each year. 

Typically, companies who comply to the Employment Equity Act as designated employers engage with Employment Equity within each quarter of the year. 

The following would be a typical Employment Equity project plan.

Notice from the Department of Labour

  • Posted on: 9 June 2017
  • By: Hilton Johnson

It does not matter how many employees you might have employed within your company. If it be 1, 5 or 1000, the Labour Laws are clear on what is required.

Either you follow the regulations, and everything is in order for yourself and your business, or you do not follow the regulations and you along with your employees bear the consequences. Would you take that chance?

Avoid fines from the Department of Labour, by ensuring that the following information is displayed;