Use these 9 principles when recognising employees:
We’re certain you’re familiar with the Employment Equity Act (EE Act) and you know very well that it provides a framework for implementing affirmative action.
In fact, it says, designated... [read more]
One of your duties as a designated employer is to prepare an Employment Equity (EE) Plan to achieve employment equity in your company.
What usually happens is employers prepare this plan, but they... [read more]
According to the Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service, gross insubordination is when your employee intentionally refuses to follow your lawful and reasonable instruction.
While this is the... [read more]
Last year, we reported that the Department of Labour (DoL) has increased the frequency of Employment Equity (EE) inspections across the country.
We’re afraid things haven’t changed. In fact,... [read more]
A lot of disputes arise as a result of retrenchments.
No employee wants to be out of a job. So if you dismiss Thabo not because he’s done something wrong, but because you want to cut costs,... [read more]
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