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D-day for employers to submit their employment equity (EE) reports for 2018 - Department of Labour

by lloyd last modified 2019-01-16 11:26

14 January 2019

Employers have one day to submit their employment equity (EE) online reports in line with legislation. The closing date for the mandatory submission of EE reports is tomorrow (15 January 2019).

The 2018 EE Online and Manual reporting season opened in September 2018. The manual reporting submissions closed in October 2018.

Employers (companies, government departments, etc.) are as per the EE Act obliged to submit annually to the Department of Labour their employment equity reports in regard to demographic profiles, gender representation and EE plans on how to address discrimination and inequity in the workplace.

The purpose of the EE Act is to achieve equity in the workplace by promoting equity opportunity and fair treatment in employment and implementing affirmative action measures to redress the disadvantages in employment experienced by designated groups, in order to ensure equitable representation in all occupational categories and levels in the workplace.

The Commission for Employment Equity (CEE) must submit an annual report to the Labour Minister on the state of equity in South Africa. The CEE advices Labour Minister on matters relating to employment equity in the workplace.

Employers wishing to submit their reports can do so by following the "how to" guide on the online services tab available on the Department’s website on www.labour.gov.za

www.labour.gov.za

For enquiries contact:

Deputy Director EE, Lucia Rayner on (012) 309-4037 or

Assistant Director EE: Tshililo Siobo on (012) 309-4102

or 0860 10 10 18

 

Issued by:

Teboho Thejane

Departmental Spokesperson

082 697 0694

 

 

 

 

Issued by:

Teboho Thejane

Departmental Spokesperson

082 697 0694

 

 

 


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