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Seta Mandatory & Discretionary grant regulations declared invalid 21st Aug. 2015

On 3 December 2012, the SETA Grant Regulations were gazetted (Government Gazette no. 35940). These come into effect on 1 April 2013. There were many major substantial changes in the new regulations and these may have serious implications for skills development in our country. Some of the main changes were: That the mandatory grant to employers is reduced from 50% to 20%. Any unclaimed mandatory grants must be transferred by the 15 August each financial year into the discretionary fund. Discretionary grants will mainly be paid for programmes offered by public FET…

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The management skills employers seek

The importance of key management skills to international MBA recruiters, along with their satisfaction with the standard of these skills displayed by new hires, has been a regular feature of the annual QS Jobs & Salary Trends Reports. In its latest edition, over 4,300 MBA employers gave their opinions in 15 sub strains of management skills, divided into the categories of soft skills and hard skills. In this article we tackle the top four soft skills employers want. Soft skills defined: from people skills to leadership traits It’s OK if…

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Employers duty to report Employment Equity Report – 2014 Amended

Employers duty to report Employment Equity Report 1. A Designated employer must submit a report in terms of section 21 of the Act annually on the first working day of October or on such other date as may be prescribed suing the EEA2 form to the Director General and the report must be addressed to the Employment Equity Registry, Department of Labour, Private Bag X117, Pretoria, 0001. 2. A designated employer may also submit an employment equity report electronically using the online reporting system available on the department website, www.labour.gov.za…

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