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We are an Employment Equity consulting and service organisation providing immediate employment equity implementation and compliance services to Organisations that are in the process of being subpoenaed, reviewed, audited, prosecuted, or have received a Labour Court injunction or Compliance order. 

We operate from Gauteng, offering our services to organisations throughout South Africa. 

For many organisations, it seems very daunting, especially when the Government keeps changing the regulations and compliance goals to compromise for their own incompetency in performing their duties and responsibilities. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us, you can email us or post them in the comments, we read all the comments, and we answer all the questions that we get. Also, if we see a question coming up more than once or there's really a need for something to be explained, we'll sit down and make a video about it, do a podcast, send it out, and let you know.

If your organisation is experiencing any employment equity challenges, received a compliance order or has been subpoenaed. Please don’t hesitate to contact me.


Stephan du Toit.

Senior Advisor.

For more in-depth information on compliance and employment equity implementation, feel free to visit our other resources and platforms.

 

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Template Policies & Procedures.

 

Recruitment framework. (Advertising and head-hunting, Job application, Short-listing, Reference checking, Interview Questions, Suitability and assessment, Making Job-offer, Record keeping.)

Prevention and elimination of harassment and unfair discrimination policy and procedure(Grievance policy procedure, definitions of all types of harassment, template forms to lodge, notify, perform hearings, appeal and monitor instances, Emergency procedures, counselling for trauma, rape and murder in the workplace.)

 

E-Books

Leadership and management principles summary.

Staff buy-in with gamification.

 


Library & resources

 

For your convenience, here are more Employment Equity resources.

 

EEA6 Compliance order

EEA7 Review Assessments,

EEA5 - Dept Labour Written Undertaking.

EEA12 & EEA13 Employment Equity Plan

The Codes of Good Practice, on HIV, Remuneration, Disability...

The Employment Equity Act, Regulations, Amendment...

EEA2, EEA4, EEA5, EEA6, EEA7, EEA10, EEA13...

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