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South Africa: Employment and Labour Agriculture Hosts Seminar On Compliance With Labour Laws, 24 Jun

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Division of Employment and Labour Agriculture sector seminar to debate compliance with labour legal guidelines

The Division of Employment and Labour in Limpopo Province is inviting multi stakeholders within the agriculture sector to a seminar to debate compliance with labour legal guidelines.

The Division’s seminar will concentrate on cost of the Nationwide Minimal Wage (NMW), registration of employees with the Unemployment Insurance coverage Fund (UIF), registration of employees with Compensation for Occupational Accidents and Illnesses Act (COIDA), referral of disputes to the Fee for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).

The seminar has been preceded by an agricultural sector inspection blitz whose end result has indicated a necessity for an advocacy session with the stakeholders throughout the sector. The Division is encouraging stakeholders to attend the seminar to achieve data.

The seminar will probably be held below the tagline: “Paying the Nationwide Minimal Wage is The Proper Factor To Do”.

Regardless of the latest Quarterly Labour Pressure Survey (QLFS) for Q1: 2022 which confirmed that there have been some 23 000 job losses in agricultural the sector nonetheless stays the spine of the South African economic system.

The seminar is focusing on agriculture sector employers, staff, employer organisations and commerce unions. Audio system within the seminar will concentrate on the NMW, the BCEA, end result of the latest agriculture blitz within the province, COIDA, UIF, and end result of NMW reported circumstances in Limpopo.

For extra info on the Agriculture seminar please be happy to contact Nompumelelo Skhosana on 012 309-4857 / [email protected] ; Caroline Kwetepane on 012 309-4531 / [email protected] ; and Morongwa Malemela on 015 290-1609 / [email protected] .

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