The emergence of the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice in 2007 and the Amended Codes issued on the 11th of October 2013, brought with it the need for compliance by all businesses. It provides a standard framework to measure such compliance.
The Skills Development Act was implemented with the purpose of developing the skills of the South African workforce and to improve the quality of life for employees and their prospects of work.
Another administratively-heavy area of B-BBEE is that companies are required to compile an Employment Equity Plan for the company, to submit it to the Department of Labour annually and to establish Employment Equity and Training committees.
According to the new B-BBEE codes, companies must spend 6% of their payroll on accredited training for previously disadvantaged individuals and they will have to enroll 2.5% of the total number of employees in learnership training courses.
How we’ve helped our clients
We ensure our clients’ success by doing the following:
We claim back over 60% of our client’s SDL every year.
Numerous of our clients have been awarded tenders and enlarged contracts because we guaranteed the needed BEE compliance level.
With more than 500 BEE certificates issued to our clients, not one client has ever been found non-compliant.