In an effort to ramp up its inspections, the Department of Employment and Labour’s inspectors will visit 839,000 workplaces over the next five years.
Minister Thulas Nxesi, delivering his department’s 2022/2023 budget this week, said these inspections play an important role in promoting a culture of equality and fair treatment in workplaces.
The Minister says enhancing social security for South African employees is one of his biggest priorities.
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- Several audits launched to recover funds stolen from State coffers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Government will introduce quotas on the number of documented foreign nationals that can be employed in SA.
- Home Affairs released a list of scarce and critical skills to help employers prioritize employment of skilled people in the country.
In an effort to ramp up its inspections, the Department of Employment and Labour’s inspectors will visit 839,000 workplaces over the next five years, this was said by Employment and Labour Minister, @NxesiThulas https://t.co/Jbgfur4NLA #BudgetVote2022 #LabourBudgetVote2022 pic.twitter.com/GJ6bs6C8Et
— Department of Employment and Labour (@deptoflabour) May 25, 2022