By Linda Ensor, 04 March 2014, Bisiness Day LiveTHE trade union Solidarity on Monday decried the draft regulations of the recently amended Employment Equity Act as "not rational and unconstitutional", and vowed to challenge them in court if they were not changed.Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant published the draft regulations in the Government Gazette on Friday and gave the public 30 days to comment on them.The proposals include a section clarifying the requirement of equal pay for work of…See More
"I find that the Act causes so much panic amongst employers and misunderstanding amongst employees. Consultants need to take responsibility for bridging these gaps and not fueling the misunderstandings. There's a fantastic video…"
Department of Labour unveils Employment Equity Regulations taking a step closer towards implementation of new EE Actby Lloyd Ramutloa — last modified 2014-02-28 17:1728-February-2014The Department of Labour (DoL) has published the Employment Equity Regulations 2014 for public comment to further augment government’s commitment towards the promotion of equity and diversity in the workplace.Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant, acting on the…See More
I accepted your original posting in this group as it was of general relevance to HR practitioners, but I would prefer all discussion on questions arising from the implementation of EE be handled in the "Implementers of Employment…"
"Racial classification, redress and citizenship: the case of the Chinese South Africans.
September 1, 2008 | Erasmus, Yvonne; Park, Yoon Jung
This opinion piece is written in the aftermath of a court challenge launched by the Chinese Association of…"
"Hi Henk, the great thing about the new South Africa is that you are absolutely entitled to your opinion and have the freedom to express it.
I might support your proposal if it was all white males born after 1994 "in a shack in a…"
"Did you attend any of the Department of Labour Roadshows that gave the statistics on (lack of) progress since the Act was introduced for implementation?
The Act itself was introduced because there was so little voluntary progress up to that…"
The status of Chinese people remains the same as before based on the court case - those discriminated against by apartheid legislation qualify. The question I have is should they be clarified under "Indian" or…"
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