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Does Wholesale and Retail SETA Violate Legislation and Fail to Protect the Public?

W&R SETA's  defective leadership condones practices that exploit and victimise the youth and vulnerable.  W&R SETA fails legislation and the public by not knowing legislation and not monitoring industry stakeholders or engaging when the public raise concerns. The DHET must note the W&R SETA neglect of duty and inability to perform. Open letter to the W&R…
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WHAT IS LEGAL ABOUT LEARNERSHIP STIPEND DEDUCTIONS?

Complaints about some employers making stipend deductions and others requiring learners to repay stipends have surfaced more prominently this year than previously. Claims of Deductions and Repayment Threats The following are comments posted on Keep Climbing by learners questioning stipend deductions. Businesses named are welcome to send their statements and I will publish them. Learner…
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Learnership Contract of Employment and Termination

How to end Learnerships Legally Employers who accept unemployed candidates for Learnerships need to provide them with a contract of employment for the duration of the training programme. A learner is also entitled to receive a certificate of service from employers if the learnership is terminated. Extracted from the Department of Labour's Sectoral Determination 5:…
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Rules for Resigning and Registering for Learnerships

You Can't Register for More than one Learnership Each learnership is registered by the employer with SARS and with the SETA. The employer will receive tax rebates and BEE points. Learner details and results are entered into the National Learner Records Database each time they are assessed for a unit standard, skills programme or full qualification.…
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Learnerships: Legal Work Hours, Overtime and Mealtime

Learners and training providers can be guided by legislation. This post covers what the legal working hours are as stipulated by the Department of Labour (DoL). The DoL posted Learnership legislation known as Sectoral Determination 5 : Learnerships This determination sets rules for Learnerships regarding: minimum wages (what's the lowest you can be paid) working hours…
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Learnership Laws: Sunday and Night Work

The Department of Labour posted Learnership legislation known as Sectoral Determination 5 : Learnerships This determination sets rules for these aspects of Learnerships: minimum wages working hours number of leave days termination rules This post explains what the legislation says about CLAUSE 15: SUNDAY PAY FOR WORK  An employer must pay a learner who works on a…
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Register and Apply for SETA Learnerships here

Only complete forms on SETA, Government Department and reliable business websites.  Do not trust a link to an application form that is not from an official site. There are people who set up fake learnership links just to be able to get information from you. Learnerships are government endorsed training programs that link the SETA,…
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Learnership Stipends – what’s legal?

A stipend is an income issued to unemployed candidates placed on internships, learnerships and apprenticeships. Employers who pay learners a stipend can claim back every single cent they paid. The reason stipends are often as often as low as R1 500 or R30 per day is because learners will have high salary expectations when the…
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How to Recruit Unemployed Candidates for Learnerships

Keep Climbing loves that the Department of Labor is putting muscle into Learnership recruitment and selection. Employers, training providers or SETAs can ask the Department of Labor to help them find unemployed learners. The Department will search on their database, hold interviews and make a list of the most suitable unemployed people for the learnership. If…
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