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Department of Labour to host public education awareness campaign

by lloyd last modified 2017-06-21 11:25


In partnership with Mamelodi Tshwane Municipality, the Department of Labour is set to host a public education awareness campaign in Mamelodi, Solomon Mahlangu Freedom Square, on Saturday, 24 June 2017, from 08:00 – 16:00 to inform and provide different services to the community.

This open day campaign is set to target Mamelodi residents and neighbouring areas who are unemployed, looking for employment, workers with queries on CCMA related matters, Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), Compensation Fund (CF), and issues of unprocessed claims.

Services to be rendered on the day will include
•    Sharing information on the rights and obligations of clients regarding the Unemployment Insurance Act,
•    Registration of work-seekers and Information on Public Employment Services (PES)
•    Enquiries on claims (injuries on duty and occupational diseases)
•    Enquiries on Compensation Fund (CF) and Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) claims
•    Identification of occupational diseases and reportable incidents
•    Responding and registering Inspection and Enforcement Services (IES) enquiries and complaints
•    Enquiries regarding progress on Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) cases
•    Information on fair labour practices
•    Information on how to refer harassment cases
•    Timelines applicable to referring disputes to the CCMA
•    Providing information on how to enforce CCMA awards and agreements
•    Supported Employment Enterprises (SEE) and;
•    Productivity SA will also be exhibiting their services on the day.

Through this initiative, the Department of Labour aims to address service delivery demands in the front line and to broaden awareness on the mandate of the Department.


Issued by: Teboho Thejane
Department of Labour Spokesperson
082 697 0694

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