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The moment an employer-employee relationship exists, there are strict requirements the employer must comply with, despite the number of employees.
Restrictive labour regulations complicate business in South Africa. Therefore, it is often more practical to outsource non-core activities, so employers have more time to spend on essential business activities.
The LWO makes managing labour law issues easy, simple AND helps you protect your business.
The LWO has a team of highly skilled legal advisors – with around 235 combined years of relevant experience in the field of labour law. As an employers’ organisation that is registered with the Department of Employment and Labour, the LWO focuses expressly on supporting members to comply with labour law.
The LWO services members at their place of work according to the member’s needs, but has a national footprint and the necessary infrastructure to ensure that members receive quality service when they need it. The LWO also has a 24/7 labour law advice helpline where members can access the legal department for telephonic support. It is important to understand that the LWO offers a personal service with practical solutions and does not follow a call centre approach.
As a registered employers’ organisation, the LWO automatically has the right to represent members at the CCMA, Bargaining Councils and Labour Court.
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According to labour law, the following posters must be displayed in the workplace: the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, the Employment Equity Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The LWO’s (summarised) laminated, bilingual (Afrikaans | English) posters have been designed solely with this purpose in mind. Available posters include:
- Basic Conditions of Employment Act
- Employment Equity Act
- Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Disciplinary code – the LWO strongly advises employers to display a relevant and up to date disciplinary code with the employer’s rules and proposed sanctions, in the workplace.
This is a complete bound bundle of essential documents for management regarding employees in the agricultural sector. It contains an employment contract, time register, job description, list of residents, a record of leave, UI-19 form, as well as the employment record for the year and a certificate of service.
The documentation USB (members only) is a compilation of all labour law documentation for a specific business. It is uniquely compiled for each employer depending on the applicable sector/industry in which the employer operates. It contains all legal documentation required regarding legislation | employment contracts | agreements | registration | application forms | notifications | disciplinary forms | consultation documentation | retrenchment documentation | grievance documentation | trade union documentation | termination of employment documentation | documentation regarding strikes/industrial action | policies and procedures, etcetera.
A wall mounted sanitising unit for dispensing liquid sanitiser. Proving an effective and simple way for promoting great hand hygiene in the workplace, food preparation institutions, clinics, hospitals and medical stations.
Easily mount the top up sanitiser dispenser (works with any liquid hand sanitiser) to make it convenient for employees to keep their hands free from germs. Lift the front panel to fill the dispenser bottle – this dispenser has been designed to easily refill with hand alcohol liquid. Comes complete with a refillable bottle insert 700ml.
It is undoubtedly in the employer’s interest to consistently apply good hygiene in the workplace. Continuity of human resources, saving costs by taking less sick leave and heightened productivity by counteracting presenteeism are some of the benefits that good hygiene in the workplace contributes to – read the full article here!
A first-aid kit is essential for use during an emergency in the workplace. Even if it is not a legal requirement for a particular employer’s business, we advise that each employer should always have a complete kit available.
These alcohol tests are cost effective, disposable breath alcohol detection tests to indicate if a person uses alcohol and if the alcohol level is over or under the legal limit. It is a convenient and easy to use piece of equipment that can be used any time and any place. It is accurate and reliable and doesn’t need calibration or even a battery and results are immediately available. The alcohol tests are CE marked and FDA approved.
Africlock is a time keeping system where employees check in and out at the beginning and end of shifts/days. Different options that are available include: buttons, finger print and facial recognition. A portable system is also available. Africlock also has a diesel control system that complies with SARS’s requirements regarding diesel rebates.
EMPLOYMENT EQUITY ACT
The Employment Equity Act (EEA) aims to eliminate unfair discrimination in the workplace by promoting equal opportunities and fair treatment. It applies to all employers, but “designated employers” (who meet the minimum requirements) have additional responsibilities.
The LWO has a dedicated team specialising in Employment Equity. Make sure you know what is expected of you and that you comply with this act.
South Africa’s labour environment is highly regulated. Empower yourself with knowledge and grab this opportunity to learn from labour law experts. You can reposition yourself and protect your rights as the employer in the employment relationship going forward, with the right guidance and support.
The LWO offers various training courses to both LWO members and non-members:
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