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JULY 2020 – SOUTH AFRICA UIF TERS INTRODUCES NEW MEASURES It is important that employers note the following: UIF TERS Bank Account Verification To prevent companies from falling prey to criminal elements, the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has introduced new and stricter controls to verify banking details. The fund has received numerous fraud complaints after...

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Taking care of staff in a post-lockdown world With corporate attention turning to resuming operations in a new normal following the easing of lockdown restrictions, it is important not to neglect employees’ well-being. Nicol Myburgh, Head of the HCM Business Unit at CRS Technologies, believes this transition is a critical time to reinforce the company’s commitment to addressing the physical,...

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MARCH 2020 – SOUTH AFRICA Updated COVID-19 Temporary Employer and Employee Relief Scheme Information It is important that employers note the following: Temporary Employer and Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) Following the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic as a national disaster by the President on 15 March 2020, the Minister of Employment and Labour issued a...

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MARCH 2020 – SOUTH AFRICA COVID-19 Temporary Employer and Employee Relief Scheme It is important that employers note the following: Temporary Employer and Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) The Minister of Employment and Labour has announced measures which the department will put in place to contain the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on UIF contributors....

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From 1 January 2020 all parents – including fathers of new-born children and mothers of children born through surrogacy – will be entitled to 10 days’ paid parental leave, i.e. up to 66% from the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) or their full salaries at the discretion of their employer, when their children are born.

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