Our Employment Equity services to you
Register your company with the Department of Labour.
Submission of Employment Equity Report.
Assisting in Employment Equity meetings; Appointing an EE Manager and Committee Members as well as the preparation of EE Meetings.
Keep your company up to date with the latest happenings regarding EE from the Department of Labour.
Ensure that your company complies with all specific requirements according to the EE Act.
Please note:
We are an Employer’s Organisation and that renders us only to assist and represent all employers and not employees.
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  • Employment Equity is fairness in the workplace, by promoting equal opportunity and fair treatment in employment through the elimination of unfair discrimination and implementing affirmative action measures for designated groups.
  • Everyone is equal by law and has the right to equal protection and benefit of the law.
  • Every designated employer is required to design and submit and Employment Equity Plan.
  • This plan is designed to assist in the eliminating of unfair discrimination in the workplace.
  • Achievement of equal representation of employees from designated groups by means of affirmative action measures.
  • On this plan it must clearly state the steps that the employer plans to follow to achieve these objectives.
  • Designated employers are employers who employee 50 or more employees, employers who employ less than 50 employees but whose annual turnover exceeds or equals the amounts in schedule 4 of the Employment Equity Act or an employer who has been declared a designated employer in terms of a collective agreement.
  • Designated groups are Africans, Coloureds, Indians, women of all races and people with disabilities.

The Employment Equity act requires that employers take certain affirmative action measures to achieve employment Equity.

  • Employers must consult with the unions and employees in order to make sure that the plan is accepted by everybody and to allow all parties to have fair input
  • Employers must analyse all employment policies, practices and procedures, and prepare a profile of their workforce in order to identify any problems relating to employment Equity.
  • Employers must prepare and implement an employment Equity plan, setting out the affirmative action measures they intend taking to achieve the employment Equity goals.
  • Employers must report to the Department of Labour on the implementation of the plan in order for the department to monitor their compliance.
  • Employers must display a summary of the provisions of the act in all languages relevant to their workplace. The summaries are available from the government printer and certain offices of the Department of Labour.

See more links
Statutory Duties and Profile of Employment Equity Manager

Ten steps to preparing and implementing an Employment Equity Plan


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