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CAREER-JOBS

When should you take LEAVE at Work? What the BCEA say about Leave.

BASIC CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT ACT N0 75 OF 1997 LEAVE[SS 19-27] AN UNDERSTANDING OF LEAVE The Basic Conditions Of Employment Act covers basic requirements of each leave. There are approximately 4 types of leave [breaks] you need to know the backgrounds off, what they are and how or they should be allocated.

  1 month ago ago
When should you take LEAVE at Work?
 What the BCEA say about Leave.

CAREER-JOBS

Who Is An Employee? The Basic Conditions of employment Act Answers Us.

Basic Conditions of Employment Act 75 of 1997 defines an Employee Part 2(A Thread) (Recap)- What is the BCEA? The Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) establishes the most basic work rights for employees, which apply to all workplaces. The goal of the BCEA is stated in the title as wanting to have fair labor practices in accordance with the Constitution for all employees and employers is a domestic worker?

  4 months ago ago
Who Is An Employee? The Basic Conditions of employment Act Answers Us.

CAREER-JOBS

Basic Conditions of Employment Act You need to Know As an Employee

Basic Conditions of Employment Act 75 of 1997: One of the Most Important Acts you Need to Know About as an Employee In SA Either you are an employer or employee you may need to be informed about this. As South Africans, I feel like it's important to know the laws that govern us, our daily lives along with our careers, so we know what to do should we need to exercise our rights when we are being treated unfairly and also know these rules for self-empowerment.

  4 months ago ago
Basic Conditions of Employment Act You need to Know As an Employee

BUSINESS

LOCKDOWN: What happens to employees who cannot work?

A lot stores have been forced to temporary close down as staffs test positive for coronavirus. This has led to questions about employees pay policy during this pandemic,the financial and physical wellbeing of employees has been affected by the outbreak. Under the lockdown regulations, business owners are advised to provide staff with personal protective equipment (PPE), to manage the number of customers allowed in the store at any given time and to ensure that the work environment is regularly cleaned and s

  1 year ago ago
LOCKDOWN: What happens to employees who cannot work?

BUSINESS

How many leave days per category is an employee entitled to?

At least 21 consecutive days following the employee’s date of employment or the completion of the employee’s prior leave cycle; or one day for every 17 days worked or one hour for every 17 hours worked. The 21 consecutive days leave entitlement simply means that the number of work days within the 21 consecutive days is the number of work days that the employee must be granted on full pay for annual leave purposes. The working days will be fifteen in respect of employees working a five-day week and eighteen

  11 months ago ago
How many leave days per category is an employee entitled to?

BUSINESS

A basic guide on what employers should include in the employment contract.

According to the Basic Condition of Employment Act (BCEA) it is a requirement that all businesses and employers who have employees of 5 or more people in the workplace to sign a formal contract of employment. Failure to comply with the provision may result to a fine for the business. There is however basic essential information that the employer must include to the employment contract. Full name and address of the employer The start date and time, working hours and days of work Full name and occupation of the

  1 year ago ago
A basic guide on what employers should include in the employment contract.

BUSINESS

Employment contract: Why it is important to have an employment contract for your SME?

The employment contract is a crucial document that regulates the terms and conditions of employment between the employer and the employee. The contract of employment thus serves as the foundation of every employment relationship today, irrespective of whether it exists in the private or public sector, and regardless of whether individuals or groups involved (the BCEA and the LRA gorven major aspects of employment relationship in South Africa). Today, this includes the domestic worker/employer relationship as

  1 year ago ago
Employment contract: Why it is important to have an employment contract for your SME?

HEALTH

How the labour law protects new mothers

Pregnant employees are strongly protected under South African law. There are no fewer than six pieces of legislation that require employers to treat pregnant and post-pregnant employees with the greatest of care. One of these pieces of legislation is the Code of good practice on pregnancy and after birth (https://www.labourguide.co.za/ccma-informations/43-general/general/515-code-of-good-practice-on-pregnancy-and-afterbirth). The code, issued in terms of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA), is aimed

  1 year ago ago
How the labour law protects new mothers