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Employment Equity Road Show goes to Limpopo

by lloyd last modified 2009-08-17 05:34

17 August 2009

The deadline for the submission of Employment equity reports for designated employers is looming and the Department of Labour will tomorrow (18 Aug) embark on a nationwide Employment Equity (EE) awareness campaign in the Limpopo Province to encourage  employers to report  on-line and assist them to comply.

All spheres of Government and social partners, including organized business and labour will be out in full force to learn more on the new EE regulations as well as the on-line report filing method.

The campaign is aimed at affording stakeholders an opportunity to interact and assist each other on the correct interpretation of the EE legislation, and how to go about using the more user-friendly process of submitting reports entailing a simplified method.

Since 2008 the number of employers opting for the on-line route have been growing, with over 4 000 of them submitting, but as demonstrated by previous workshops, many others still need to know more about this.

On-Line Reporting form can be found on the Departmental website: www.labour.gov.za or for more information, employers should contact the EE Help-Line on 0860 101 018.  

Employers still using the manual report filing system have until October 1 to submit their reports, while those utilizing the on-line method have from September 2009 until January 2010 to do so.  The media is invited. Details of venue and time are as follows:

Venue:            Meropa Casino (Polokwane)

Time:              10:00

Enquiries:          Page Boikanyo- 0828093195

                        Joe Maila- 082 887 3581 


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