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COMPLIANCE SERVICES

We make sure you are compliant by giving you assistance & advice

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LEGISLATIVE COMPLIANCE

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PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION ACT (POPIA) COMPLIANCE SERVICES

A trained legal advisor will be assigned to your business to:

  • comprehensively consult with your business regarding the requirements of the POPIA;
  • conduct an assessment of your business’s current level of POPIA compliance;
  • draft and supply you with a summary report on the steps to be taken to become fully compliant;
  • draft all the necessary policies required by the Act and tailor these policies to suit your business;
  • create a POPIA Compliance file for your company;
  • perform training on how to implement the Act and policies in practice in your company, both for employees and for management.
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POPIA COMPLIANCE PACKAGES:

 

Gap Analysis / Initial Assessment and Report:

  • Completion of an extensive audit to determine to which extent your company is POPIA compliant.
  • Summary report:

We provide you with a list of documents and actions that need to be implemented or developed for your company to become fully POPIA compliant.

 

Quick Start Package

 

  • Completion of an extensive audit to determine to which extent your company is POPIA compliant.
  • Summary report:

We provide you with a list of documents and actions that need to be implemented or developed for your company to become fully POPIA compliant.

Development of the first draft policies and procedures tailored to your company (with the inclusion of your company logo and name).

NOTE: There will be elements of the policies and procedures which will need to be completed by your company.

 

Detailed Readiness Package:

 

• Completion of an extensive audit to determine to which extent your company is POPIA compliant.

• Summary report:

We provide you with a list of documents and actions that need to be implemented or developed for your company to become fully POPIA compliant.

Development of the first draft policies and procedures tailored to your company (with the inclusion of your company logo and name).

NOTE: There will be elements of the policies and procedures that will need to be completed by your company.

POPIA compliance training for your employees.

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COMPENSATION FUND ASSISTANCE

NEASA, on a ‘no-success, no-fee’ basis, will provide your business with relief by ensuring that your business is registered, categorised correctly and does not overpay on its Fund contributions, or where it might have overpaid in the past, ensure recovery of such overpayments and corrections going forward.

This includes:

  • review of your business’s current COID setup environment, to achieve future savings; and
  • assistance in ensuring the correct classification of your business which entails the reclassification of your business to the correct subclass and applicable rate.

Please contact coid@neasa.co.za should you be interested.

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The following additional services are offered at a nominal cost:

  • registration with the Compensation Fund;
  • filing and re-filing of your business’s annual Return of Earnings (ROE);
  • obtaining Letter of Good Standing (LOGS) from the Compensation Fund;
  • calculation and ensuring the correctness of your business’s ROE figure declarations, in order to avoid overpayment;
  • assistance with your business’s Compensation Fund audits; and
  • assistance with any claims-related issues.

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

NEASA provides compliance services in order to ensure that you are compliant with all the skills development requirements for your business.

This service includes the allocation of a dedicated Skills Development Facilitator (SDF) to your business, who will:

 

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  • act as the contact person between the relevant Sector Education Training Authority (SETA) and your business;
  • ensure that your business is registered with the relevant SETA;
  • assist in establishing the training needs in your business to develop a Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR);
  • if required, assist in establishing a training committee;
  • advise on business learnerships;
  • obtain the required documentation in order to claim back the 20% Mandatory Grant for your business from the SETA, submit a Pivotal Training Plan (PTP) and Pivotal Training Report (PTR) which complies with the requirements of the SETA; and provide telephonic advice on skills related matters.

Get in touch to see how our compliance services can benefit your business in terms of skill development.

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EMPLOYMENT EQUITY

An accredited facilitator will be assigned to your business to:

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  • advise on compliance with the Employment Equity Act (EEA);
  • consult with your business’s Employment Equity Manager in terms of Sec 16 of the EEA;
  • assist with establishing a training committee and all processes pertaining thereto;
  • conduct a profile analysis (EEA12) of your business to identify affirmative action barriers in terms of Sec 19 of the
    EEA;
  • prepare an Employment Equity Plan (EEA13) in terms of Sec 20 of the EEA;
  • assist with submissions to the Director General of Labour on progress made in respect of the implementation of the
    Employment Equity Plan in terms of Sec 21 of the EEA; and
  • provide telephonic advice to your business on employment equity matters.

NEASA YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

NEASA’s Youth Development are able to provide employers with value-added services by making interns and apprentices available to businesses across all sectors.
NEASA is currently participating in various skills development initiatives that will not only benefit your business directly, but is also contributing to the development of our youth.

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Qualified technical, vocational, education and training (TVET) interns are available to our members as resources for a period of 18 months. This internship is funded by FASSET (Finance and Accounting Services Sector Education and Training Authority)

We offer our members the opportunity to:

  • access additional entry-level labour at minimal cost to a company;
  • increase the workforce for a period of 18 months without having to commit to employment thereafter;
  • act as hots-employer for the student(s)/TVET candidates;
  • interview interns with the view to select and appoint the best suited candidate for the organisation;
  • absorb the ‘best’ intern on completion of the internship.

Technical Apprenticeships

Apprentices who have successfully completed the theory and college practical component of their qualification are ready to be placed with employers to gain the relevant practical workplace exposure and to apply theoretical and practical competencies in the following trade categories:

  • electrician
  • millwright,
  • fitter and turner,
  • toolmaker,
  • welder,
  • diesel/tractor mechanic, and
  • auto-electrician

Contact Adéle Pienaar for more information on 012 332 5350 or email adele@neasa.co.za

UPON REQUEST

  • Legal Poster Services
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • BBBEE
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BROAD BASED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT (BBBEE)

  • A consultant will be assigned to your business to:
    comprehensively consult with your business, based on the BBBEE Act and Sector Codes;
  • conduct an assessment of your business’s current BBBEE status in accordance with the BBBEE Codes of Good Practice;
  • electronically conduct an in-depth analysis of each element to determine your business’s potential to maximise its level of compliance;
  • evaluate qualifying Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development contributions;
  • assist in obtaining the highest possible BBBEE score for your company;
  • conduct an assessment of compliance with the Employment Equity Act;
  • conduct an assessment of compliance with the Skills Development Act; and
  • submit the audit file to an IRBA / SANAS approved accredited agency for verification.

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