Channel Chat – Traditional Healers – Medical Certificates

The Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) states that a medical certificate must be issued and signed by a medical practitioner who is registered with a professional council established by an Act of Parliament. Until recently Traditional Healers were not registered with a professional council, which meant that employers did not have to accept certificates from Traditional…

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Channel Chat: Minimum Wage: Employees can anonymously report employers: Introducing the IMPIMPI ALIVE Initiative

THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPLIANCE: MINIMUM WAGES (NMW):  IMPIMPI ALIVE We, at Indgro Multi Services Group™, are committed to provide you with industry related information which is both informative and educational.  From 01 May 2019 Temporary and or Contract Employees (Assignees) and permanent Employees can report an employer for not paying the R20 (Twenty Rand) per…

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Channel Chat – CCMA: Landmark Ruling for TES (Temporary Employment Services) Companies: Re Post 3 Month appointment by Clients of TES Employees

The following document refers: Arbitration Award The CCMA matter in the Western Cape between Giwusa obo members, Swissport 1st Respondent and Workforce (TES Company) 2nd Respondent. The 1st Respondent pressed upon members to become the permanent employees of Swissport, but the CCMA ruled in favour of Workforce and Swissport. The attached matter is a landmark Ruling…

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Channel Chat – National Bargaining Council of the Road Freight and Logistics Industries- Updated Rates Effective 1 March 2019

For your perusal please refer to the Government Gazette pertaining to the above, which refers: Effective Date 1 March 2019, or as indicated: “(except where otherwise indicated for specific grades i.e. in CIT) from 1 March 2019 for employers and employees of the industry or date to be determined by the Minister but not earlier…

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Channel Chat: Suspending an Employee as a Precaution – Constitutional Court Ruling

SUSPENDING AN EMPLOYEE AS A PRECAUTION It is often necessary to suspend a Temporary and or Contract Employee (Assignee) or Permanent Employee (hereafter referred to as the Employee) as a precaution, or to remove the Employee from the workplace to allow for the investigation into misconduct to complete prior to issuing the notice to attend…

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