152 Companies prosecuted for Employment Equity non-compliance; fines total R150million

People SA

In moves that underline an increasingly tougher stance on South African companies that continue to resist compliance with Employment Equity legislation, the Department of Labour has now issued fines of more than R150 million and are prosecuting 152 companies.

Time is clearly running short for those who still believe it won’t happen to them.

We have been assisting clients for several years, making sure they comply with the Employment Equity Act in an easy- to- do, sustainable way.

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