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We know drafting labour law documentation can sometimes be challenging, especially if you are not a legal practitioner. Therefore, we have compiled a host of pro forma labour law documentation, along with helpful tips and guidelines to assist you in managing your employees and labour disputes.
Members of Neasa are able to access all documents which include:
All labour law legislation can be found here, as well as discussions and documentation on all the proposed amendments to labour law legislation.
Here you can find pre-drafted temporary and permanent contracts of employment. The contracts of employment are divided into two sections. One section provides for normal contracts of employment in line with the Basic Conditions of Employment Act. The other section provides for contracts of employment specifically drafted for the Metal Engineering Industry, which is in line with the Metal Engineering Industry Bargaining Council (MEIBC) main agreement.
We provide pre-drafted employer application forms, explanations regarding remuneration, declarations that need to be completed by the employer/employee, as well as a range of other pre-drafted forms and documents that will save you time on the administration of staff UIF.
Here you will find guidelines to dismissal procedures, checklists for disciplinary hearings, as well as pre-drafted warnings and notices.
Here you will find information on wages, sectoral determinations and contracts of employment pertaining to specific industries such as domestic workers, the motor industry, farm workers etc.
This is a complete compilation of workplace policies and procedures that you can put into place according to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act. We also provide for specific policies and procedures relating to the Metal and Engineering Industries.
Here you will find helpful information relating to the Compensation Commissioner, reports and affidavits that need to be filed in case of an injury on duty, and guidelines to the procedures that need to be followed.
If you are unsure whether an individual would qualify as an employee, we recommend that you read through this section for clarification.