Submissions to all SETA’s are due by 30 April annually.
The levy grant scheme, legislated through the Skills Development Levies Act, 1999, serves to fund the skills development initiative in the country. The intention is to encourage a planned and structured approach to learning, and to increase employment prospects for work seekers. According to the Skills Development Levies Act, all employers that have a [...]
Skills development facilitation is the process where a Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) analyses, plans, implements, and reports on all training activities in an organisation. The SDF develops and monitors personal development plans for each employee, draws up Workplace Skills Plans (WSPs) and is responsible for SETA related duties for the organisation. Our Skills Development [...]
The Skills Development Act aims to expand the knowledge and competencies of the labour force in order to improve productivity and employment. The main aims of the Act are: To improve the quality of life of workers, their prospects of work and labour mobility.
If your company is a designated employer and registered as such with the Department of Employment and Labour, then EE reports must be submitted annually before 15 January
PIVOTAL Programmes is an acronym which means Professional, Vocational, Technical and Academic learning programmes that result in occupational qualifications or part qualifications on the National Qualifications Framework e.g. Learnerships, Apprenticeships, Recognition of Prior Learning, Skills Programmes and Graduate Development.
Monetary fines can be imposed. Fines can vary between R1.5M for non-compliance with any given section of the Employment Equity Act up to a maximum of 10% of turnover. Our clients have always had successful audits. None of our clients have ever been referred to the Labour court for non-compliance [...]
If your company employs more than 50 people or meet the annual turnover requirement (see Schedule 4 of the Act). These include: NGOs, trade unions, trusts, co-operatives, professional practices, sport codes and churches.
Employment equity is governed by the Employment Equity Act, which aims to: "achieve equity in the workplace, by a) promoting equal opportunity and fair treatment in employment through the elimination of unfair discrimination; and b) implementing affirmative action measures to redress the disadvantages in employment experienced by designated groups, to ensure their equitable representation [...]
A Disability Management Programme gives organisations/employers a way to understand, and incorporate the employment of people with disabilities into their environment with the necessary support they need. This creates an inclusive, co-operative and productive workplace and employers meet their Employment Equity targets.