This book provides detailed discussions on the practical implementation and application of the most important and relevant provisions of the Employment Equity Act. Step-by-step guidelines are given on how to conduct the equity analysis and develop the employment equity plan. Copies of all the relevant forms that employers are required to fill in and submit as well as a reproduction of the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 are found in the book. There is also a discussion of the Code of Good Practice.
Chapter 1 Introduction to employment in South Africa
Chapter 2 Unfair discrimination
Chapter 3 Affirmative action
Chapter 4 Preparation, implementation and monitoring of the employment equity plan
Chapter 5 Conducting the organisational audit
Chapter 6 Monitoring, enforcement and legal proceedings
Chapter 7 General provisions of the Employment Equity Act
Chapter 8 Psychometric testing
Chapter 9 Employment equity and the outsourcing of labour
Chapter 10 Diversity management
1 Code of Good Practice for the Handling of Sexual Harassment Cases
2 Parts C and D of Chapter 7 of the Labour Relations Act - Dispute resolution
3 Chapter 8 of the Labour Relations Act - Unfair dismissal
4 Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998
5 Form EEA 1: Declaration of designated group for the Employment Equity Act
6 Form EEA 2: Employment Equity Report
7 Form EEA 4: Statement of income differentials to the Employment Conditions Commission
8 Form EEA 5: Employment equity undertaking
9 Form EEA 6: Compliance order
10 Form EEA 7: Employment equity objection to compliance order
11 Form EEA 8: Annexure 1 to the Regulations of the Employment Equity Act - Demographic data
12 Form EEA 9: Annexure 2 to the Regulations of the Employment Equity Act - Occupational levels
13 Occupational categories
14 Section 59 of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act 75 of 1997
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