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PRINT MEDIA COVERAGE

The road to EE compliance is paved with dubious intentions.

City Press.

Is the failure by 72 JSE-listed companies to comply with the provisions laid out in the Employment Equity Act a blatant lack of respect, as Deputy Minister of Labour Nkosi Phathekile Holomisa posits, or is it more complex than that? Legislation focuses on two requirements when establishing whether a business is required to report on employment equity or not: the first is the number of heads in the business (50 employees or more) and the second is annual turnover thresholds, which differ from one sector to the next and are stipulated in Schedule 4 of the EE Act.

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How can a worker engage a Lawyer in a disciplinary action?

Daily news.

When can a worker engage a lawyer in a disciplinary action? The recent postponement of suspended Eskom executive Matshela Koko’s disciplinary hearing highlights how costly and drawn out disciplinary procedures can be when lawyers become involved in the process. It also raises the following question:

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Strata-g Labour Solutions has advised organizations on transformation in the following print media publications.

The Citizen.

 

 

 

 

 

The same article featured in the following publications as well:

The Herald, Business Event Africa, Sowetan, Bloemfontein Courant. 

Corporates to note changing labour laws

ZuluLand Observer.

Corporates to note changing labour laws Recent changes in the national minimum wage will affect other employment laws 9 mins ago IN light of the recent publishing by the Department of Labour of the National Minimum Wage Bill, experts have urged corporates to acquaint themselves with this and other proposed labour law changes.

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Disciplinary hearings and the employee’s right to legal representation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Business Brief Publication

Your off-duty conduct matters.

What an employee does after hours can have an impact on his employers.

The recent publicity around senior government officials and members of senior management in the private sector, and their alleged behaviour or conduct outside of the “workplace”, raises a number of questions for employers. To what extent does a person’s conduct outside the company impact on the employer? And does the employer have recourse against the individual? Jennifer da Mata, managing director of Stratag Labour Solutions, says …

Sunday World, Sunday 08 October 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Your off-duty conduct matters