PAST WEBINAR RECORDING: Employment Equity Season Is Here – Submission Deadline Is Closing In
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If you need a successful EE submission outcome and want to avoid coming under scrutiny by the Department of Employment and Labour, then there are a few things you cannot ignore.
According to Section 21 of the EE Act, designated employers are obliged to submit their Employment Equity reports (EEA2 and EEA4 Forms) detailing the annual progress made in achieving the objectives of the company’s Employment Equity plan. Failure to file the EE report or submitting corrupted data is a statutory offense which attracts hefty fines and/or criminal prosecution.
This webinar recording covers the key areas where common errors generally occur i.e.:
- Job classification as per the EE occupational levels framework
- EE numerical goals and targets
- Interpreting the EEA4 form as amended.
Take note: the window for your EE submissions opened on 1 September 2020 and closes on 15 January 2021.
Should you need any Employment Equity assistance, we have a team of consultants who can assist you in preparing for audit, every step of the way. Speak to a consultant
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Human Resource Management, Master’s Degree
Labour Law, Master’s Degree
BCom Honours Strategic Management
BCom Human Resource Management
Human Capital Consultant
Fortunate is a Consultant for Transcend Corporate Advisors with specialisation in Human Capital. She has 5 years of experience working with various clients across a number of industries on talent acquisition and skills development mandates. Apart from Senior to Executive search engagements, Fortunate has also led numerous projects implementing successful graduate and learnership programmes for local and multinational clients. She has a strong academic background in Human Capital and also advises clients on matters related to Skills Development and Employment Equity legislation compliance and implementation in the South African context.