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Labour dept undertakes employment equity roadshows


The Department of Employment and Labour’s Employment Equity (EE) Deputy Director, Masilo Lefika, says the revised Employment Equity Act4 (EEA) form requires employers to provide salary differentials between their top and lowest earners.

According to the CCMA, many employees still do not report cases when they are sexually abused, harassed, and or discriminated against.

“In the previous years, we were speaking about equal pay for work of equal value. Now is the time for implementation and reporting,” Lefika said.

He was speaking at the first Employment Equity workshop held in Kimberley.

The department is currently conducting the 2019 Employment Equity Roadshows in the form of workshops throughout the country.

The workshops, which are scheduled from 20 August to 26 September 2019, aim to create awareness on compliance with the Employment Equity Act, share the most current information and help prepare employers to submit full and accurate EE reports online to the department.

This year’s workshops will focus on:

·EEA4 – an Income Differential Statement. Following the repeal of the form in the regulations, employers will now have to report on remuneration data;

·International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention on elimination of violence and harassment in the World of Work;

·Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) presentation on cases of violence, harassment and dispute resolutions.



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