Although there are many categories of skills, all are an important asset to any organisation.
Due to Lockdown, you have been forced over the past few months to close your place of business, now we are submerged into Level 3 of Lockdown, your business can presume. The questions we still receive is:
How do we go about implementing the required policies?
What steps do we need to follow?
Who should be responsible?
Who can help us?
“Just like the National Occupation and Safety Act is a law unaffected by COVID -19, so is the Broad – Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (B-BBEE). It is the law, and it is our job to comply” – Bonang Mohale, Chancellor of the University of the Free State - Fin24 20 May 2020
Many employers have been waiting anxiously for the "re-opening" of the local economy. However, before level 3 lockdown workplaces could re-open their doors on the 1 June 2019, employers were faced with tremendous legal and logistical requirements around COVID-19 compliance.
Health and safety, privacy and human resources will abound, and further uncharted territories still lie ahead of us.