Employment Equity

The Employment Equity Act requires that designated employers design and implement an Employment Equity plan in order to drive “reasonable progress” around employment equity. These plans should also assist in eliminating unfair discrimination in the workplace, and to achieve equitable representation of employees from designated groups by means of affirmative action measures. ​ ​

We are able to provide our clients with comprehensive Employment Equity consulting and training services. 

We are able to provide our clients with comprehensive Employment Equity Consulting Services which includes:

  • Employee Awareness Workshops (including Employment Equity, Diversity, Disability, Discrimination and HIV/Aids Awareness)​
  • Establishing employment equity committees​
  • Developing new- or reviewing existing Equity Policies, Plans and Constitutions​
  • Aligning Employment Equity plans and policies with B-BBEE strategy​
  • Drafting of Dept of Labour Reports (EEA2/EEA4)​
  • Employment equity legislative compliance audits including remuneration analysis​
  • Customized training of employment equity committees, HR personnel, line management and responsible senior managers on their respective roles and responsibilities​
  • Employment Equity Compliance Brochure

Employment Equity Consultation tools​

  • Workforce Analysis tool (EAP and BEE benchmark)​
  • Barrier Analysis questionnaire and template ​
  • EE Plan document​
  • Communication and feedback tools​

Templates: ​​

  • Nomination correspondence and communication ​
  • Letter of appointment for EE Manager template​
  • Letter of EE Committee appointment​
  • Employment Equity Constitution template​
  • Disability awareness tool​
  • EEA1 Declaration Forms​
  • EEA12 and EEA13 forms​
  • EEA1 Forms​
  • EEA10 Forms ​
  • EEA14 Forms​

Thembi Chagonda

Tel: 011 483 3722

Email: thembi@globalbusiness.co.za

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David Pattle

Tel: 041 364 0472

Email: dave@globalbusiness.co.za

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Khomotso Moukangwe

Tel: 011 483 3722

Email: consultant@globalbusiness.co.za

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HERE’S WHAT OUR PAST DELEGATES HAD TO SAY:

Well articulated and passionate presenter.

Riaan Visagie, Bristol Myers Squibb. (Johannesburg, 20 October 2016)

The facilitator showed that she is a “fundi” in the subject matter

Elliot Dukisa, Training officer, Amatola Water. (East London, 29 September 2016)

Khomotso was great – invited lots of participation and loved to share his experiences-kept us attentive.

Donna Merrifield, Managing Director, Diverse HR. (Durban, 10-11 August 2016)

He had excellent knowledge of the topic and kept us engaged

Serika Govender, HR Administrator, Midmar Group. (Durban, 10-11 August 2016)

Absolutely fantastic session. More practical and less theoretical which makes the understanding/learning process easier.

Ketsitseng Maseko, Bytes. (Johannesburg, 14 July 2016)

It was great, and David made or came up with good case studies and good examples.

Curtis Xhanti Tom, Human Capital Practitioner, Aberdare Cables. (Port Elizabeth, May 2016)

The training was very informative. I enjoyed the programme very much

Ncedisi Nqari, Tool Setter, Federal Mogul. (Port Elizabeth, 19 April 2016)

Placing people with disabilities differs from other forms of placement as it requires a different process which is often unfamiliar territory for most employers. This process will include what disabilities the workplace can accommodate, accessibility of the workplace, BBEEE requirements and on-going support. The challenge is to change preconceived attitudes and perceptions by educating employers before they consider offering positions to persons with disabilities.​

Disability Sensitization is an essential step in the process of ensuring people with disabilities are able to function effectively in the open labour market. One needs to create an inclusive environment and educate your staff on how to do this. It is of great importance that the workforce has a clear understanding of the potential barriers and misconceptions the person with a disability faces on a daily basis.​

Each sensitization workshop includes:​

  • Disability Definitions​
    • Disability Etiquette​
    • Correct terminology​
    • Myths about people with disabilities​
    • Selection and Recruitment​
    • Exploring our perception about disability​
    • Experiential learning​