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Fines of up to R1 500 000 require desperate measures from defaulting employers reports Ivan Israelstam. The Department of Labour Employment Equity Division is very serious about getting designated employers to comply with the requirements of the Employment Equity Act. If you have failed to meet the 15 January 2018 deadline for online reporting, then read on for Ivan's advice. 


At this time of year, all employers who are "designated employers" in terms of the Employment Equity Act should be finalising their EE reports (EEA2 and EEA4) for submission before 15th January 2018. Therefore, this week's article by Ivan Israelstam is of great interest.  He explains why a Chinese employee is included for the definition of previously disadvantage, how the cases based upon affirmative action have been decided, and points out the very large penalty for a first offence of non-submission of the EE report.


Labour law - sometimes referred to as a minefield or a jungle - intended to indicate the complexity of the field for the unwary and unqualified. This week Ivan Israelstam sets out how to judge whether the person advising you really is knowledgeable and experienced, and what services they should be able to provide to you. 

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