Entries by Gloria

November – Employment equity needs more than lip service

The evolving regulatory landscape in South Africa means companies must ensure they do everything possible to maintain an equal and fair working environment. According to Nicol Myburgh, Head of the HR Business Unit at CRS Technologies, recent changes to the Employment Equity (EEA4) document for annual reporting will force companies to report on the vertical remuneration gap within their organisation, i.e. the difference in salary between a company’s highest and lowest paid earners.

Revised employment equity legislation could open up govt business

It may be the last quarter of the year, but South African employers won’t have much opportunity to sit and reflect on business over the past ten months – the Commission for Employment Equity (CEE) has confirmed the Employment Equity Amendment Bill 2018 will be tabled before Parliament before the end of October 2019.

October – CRS assists SARS-embattled clients with tax advisory service

In the current economic climate many cash-strapped businesses find themselves unable to pay their outstanding tax debt to SARS. Some try to put the problem on hold by not submitting a tax return, but according to Ian McAlister, General Manager of CRS Technologies, not only are the penalties for doing this severe and the interest charges really high, it’s also illegal.

CRS delivers the A-Z of HR as easy as 1-2-3

Businesses are turning to outsourced service providers to help them manage human capital management (HCM) compliance and unlock the value of their people investment. CRS Technologies’ A-Z of HR services helps to simplify this process.

October – Managing a multi-generational workforce

Each generation has different work expectations. How can organisations address this challenge effectively without compromising on its core values? Nicol Myburgh, Head of the HR Business Unit at CRS Technologies, believes that while a standardised approach is ill advised, there are other opportunities to become more attentive to the requirements of a multi-generational workforce.

October – The impact of cannabis in the workplace

Even though the use of cannabis in the home is now legal, the potential exists for employees to arrive at work under the influence. Most company policies cater for the use of illegal substances while at work, but these need to be updated to reflect the new regulations, says Nicol Myburgh, Head of the HR Business Unit at CRS Technologies.