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 The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) is concerned about the number of fraudulent activities relating to the Temporary Employer / Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) applications.

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The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has thanked employers for rectifying mistakes made in their application for the Temporary Employer / Employee Relief Scheme (TERS).

TERS is for workers who lost income due to Covid-19 lockdowns

 The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) offers a number of different benefits for people who have become unemployed or have not been able to work for a number of reasons.

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has called on all employers to resolve all errors related to Covid-19 TERS payments.

At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) was created to help people whose income was lost due to the pandemic.

The UIF will now be paying Covid-19 Ters funds directly to employees. Payments for the 16 March 2021 to 25 July 2021 period will be made directly to workers.

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The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) is urging employers to declare their workers on the UIF’s UFiling system.

Have you ever heard the saying ‘Life Happens’. There is a lot of truth to this statement. Sometimes things happen which are out of our control. Illness can strike at any time and can possibly prevent you from being able to work for a period of time. The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) could assist you if you fall ill.

Being forced to work reduced hours or put on ‘short time’ can be an extremely stressful time. You will receive less income but your expenses remain the same. The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) will provide compensation to employees whose working hours have been reduced or forced to stay at home due to work stoppage.

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The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has paid out more than R63 billion in Ters benefits since the beginning of the relief scheme that began last year.

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