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Ensure trouble-free EE Reporting

Thursday, 2nd December, 12 pm SAST

Ensure trouble-free EE Reporting and peace of mind before the end of the year.

It is that time of the year again, where designated employers must report to the Department of Employment and Labour, on their progress of EE implementation Reporting implies an underlying process is in place, including a whole list of compliance steps that employers must make sure are in place, before they can report.

Join us on the 2nd December 2021, at 12 noon, to go through all the steps to make sure you have done everything to report successfully..

The Department of Employment and Labour has taken a punitive stance against companies who report, but do not have a supporting process. Reporting to the DOEL, implies that you have everything in place, including a viable EE Forum that consults regularly, an EE Plan, and have conducted the necessary analyses to analyse both your numerical goals and targets, and any barriers experienced by your staff.

In our online seminar, we will cover: 

  • How to practically set up on the EE Reporting website and obtain your EE number
  • What to ensure you have in place, before you report
  • Setting your numerical goals and targets for your reporting cycle
  • Key highlights on your EE2 Report; including skills, promotions and terminations
  • What to look out for, when completing your EEA4
  • Discussing Variable Income
  • What reasons to use for income differentials, including an income gap policy

This workshop will answer all your questions, set you up to report accurately and on time; and not expose you to any compliance risks, should you be inspected.

Join Marleen Potgieter, a labour lawyer,  Employment Equity specialist and owner of Equity Works for a webinar to answer any questions you might have around your process.


Registration fee: R520

incl. VAT
More about the Trainer
Marleen Potgieter is a qualified attorney who has had extensive experience in Employment Equity Compliance. She was instrumental in writing the original Regulations to the EEA when it was first passed, and also penned the Summary of the EEA, the poster that is compulsory in all workplaces. Marleen co-authored the Juta book on Unfair Discrimination, wrote a book on Social Media in the Workplace and has helped many companies with employment equity compliance since passing of the act in 1998. She has trained and advised many clients on Dispute Resolution, general labour compliance (including advice on the COVID-19 landscape, disciplinary processes, sound performance management systems and absence management. She is also a qualified Executive Coach. – Clients: Sanlam, Deutsche Bank, Caltex, Ogilvy & Mather, Unilever, M&C Saatchi Abel, UWC, USB Stellenbosch, Bank of America, UBS, Nova Group, Nandos, Sibanye Stillwater, FCB and Hello Computer and many others.
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