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- A Step-By-Step Guide to the COVID-19: TERS Application ProcessFollowing the national lockdown announced by the President on the 26th of March 2020, the government has made numerous benefit options available, in order to assist its citizens during the COVID-19 lockdown. With confusing guidelines, employers and employees alike have been frantically trying to determine which of the benefits will… Read more »
- Have you submitted your WSP/ATR?The outbreak and rapid spread of COVID-19 have caught everyone underprepared and uncertain on how to approach the lockdown period, the good news for SEESA Skills Training clients is that the majority of our client’s annual WSP (Workplace Skills Plan) and ATR (Annual Training Report) have been submitted by their… Read more »
- Are parents liable for school fees during the lockdown period?The President of the Republic of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, declared the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus a national disaster, invoking the Disaster Management Act. An assessment was done regarding the COVID-19 epidemic, and drastic steps were needed. Schools, in particular, had been identified as one of the biggest threats… Read more »
- RELIEF SCHEMES – Don’t be confusedCan an Employer pay salaries and claim back from UIF? Media reports with regard to the payment of employees by employers during the lockdown period and thereafter claim it back, may cause grave confusion. In an article dated 24 March 2020 by FIN24, it was suggested that employers should pay… Read more »
- Employees that perform an Essential ServiceLOCKED DOWN!!! It’s certainly a hard-hitting reality now. We wake up to our new alternative reality, attempting to negotiate being confined to our humble abodes, working from home and the constant distraction of our children’s needs. As a father of two toddlers, I have a newly acquired respect for nursery… Read more »
- COVID-19, the reason for the cancellation of reservations/bookingsUnless 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 the lockdownOn 23 March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa 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 ProcurementIn 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 CLIENTSDear 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 dismissedNegligence 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 »
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