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  • COVID-19, the reason for the cancellation of reservations/bookingsCOVID-19, the reason for the cancellation of reservations/bookings
    Unless otherwise informed by the authorities that be, the cancellation procedures set out in the Consumer Protection Act still applies to cancellations of reservations/bookings made in advance. There has been uncertainty in the hospitality industry when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic with business owners not knowing where they stand… Read more »
  • COVID19 – Practical Guide for Employers during lock-downCOVID19 – Practical Guide for Employers during lock-down
    On 23 March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphoza took a drastic and unprecedented step by declaring a nationwide lock-down set to begin at 23h59 on Thursday and end on 16 April 2020 in an attempt to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. Who will be affected? The lock-down will affect… Read more »
  • Understanding the recognition of Third-Party ProcurementUnderstanding the recognition of Third-Party Procurement
    In terms of the B-BBEE Codes, the preferential procurement element encourages procurement from suppliers that have a valid and compliant B-BBEE Certificate. It is, however, necessary to consider the treatment of third-party procurement spends. A third party is a person who is indirectly involved in a transaction between two parties… Read more »
  • IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL SEESA CLIENTSIMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL SEESA CLIENTS
    Dear SEESA client, COVID-19 It has always been at the core of SEESA’s values to look after the interests of the employers of South Africa. The ongoing global spread of the Coronavirus will have an impact on each and every business in South Africa. In a statement on 15 March… Read more »
  • The first offender for gross negligence may be dismissedThe first offender for gross negligence may be dismissed
    Negligence can be described as “the culpable failure to exercise the degree of care expected of a reasonable person with the skill, qualifications and experience comparable to that of the accused employee”. This usually takes the form of omission but can also flow from some form of action taken by… Read more »
  • The Coronavirus and the effect thereof in the workplaceThe Coronavirus and the effect thereof in the workplace
    Now and again, a pandemic takes the world by storm. From the “Spanish Flu”, the 1918 influenza epidemic to the more recent swine flu outbreak of 2009. Each brought with it its hysteria and pandemonium.  The present-day cause of great concern and panic that has taken over the world at… Read more »
  • The importance of communicating possible risks and injuries to ConsumersThe importance of communicating possible risks and injuries to Consumers
    In terms of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”) it is important that consumers are provided with sufficient information relating to the specific nature of services being provided. This includes being informed of the possible risks and dangers if the manner of service… Read more »
  • Organisational rights in the workplaceOrganisational rights in the workplace
    The question often arises from employers is whether the employer has any rights in terms of the Labour Relations Act (LRA), to deny a registered trade union access to the workplace? Before looking at what rights the employer has, we need to look at the definition of ‘workplace’. The general… Read more »
  • Valid B-BBEE certificatesValid B-BBEE certificates
    Sourcing B-BBEE certificates are important for your B-BBEE score as it is taken into account when your Preferential Procurement score is calculated by a B-BBEE verification agency. When sourcing these documents, it is important to make sure that you receive a valid B-BBEE certificate from your suppliers. If the certificate… Read more »
  • Fraudulent medical certificatesFraudulent medical certificates
    Fraudulent medical certificates are quickly becoming one of the most common misconducts for which we chair hearings and quite often there is insufficient evidence to find an Employee guilty. This type of misconduct falls into the category of dishonest conduct. To find an employee guilty of dishonesty it must be established… Read more »
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SEESA UPDATE - COVID-19 

Dear Clients,
Please note that legislation was promulgated last night relating to
‘essential services’ and the permits that will need to be carried by
your staff who fall within this category and who will be required to
work on-site during the lockdown period.

The template for this permit to perform essential services
has been updated on our website.

Please further proceed to register those staff
(names and ID numbers)

that fall under essential services at your local police station.

VIEW ALL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO
THE LOCKDOWN PERIOD HERE

Link to the South African goverment's Covid-19 portal at
sacoronavirus.co.za

SEESA has always been committed to providing ongoing quality service
to all of our clients,
and despite the National Lockdown coming into
effect at Midnight on 26 March 2020,
we will remain operational to assist our clients!

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