Attention Employers!

From the Department of Labour
Not displaying summaries of the EE Act and BCEA in the workplace is punishable by law - a labour inspector could order you to stop working IMMEDIATELY!


Dear employer,

It DOESN’T matter how many employees you might have! 1, 5 or 1000, the Labour Laws are crystal clear.

Either you follow them and everything is OK for you and your business, or you don’t follow them and you along with your employees will bear the consequences. Do you feel like taking a chance?

Avoid fines from the Department of Labour by displaying this information

You must display:

•    Summary of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act
•    Summary of the Employment Equity Act
•    Summary of the Occupational Health and Safety Act

YES! I want to comply with labour laws
and inform my employees

Buy and display right NOW at workstations the legal summaries required by Labour Law!

They’ll help you to:

Buy now any of the following 3 legal wall chart summaries:

Only R250 each!

If you purchase of the entire set of 3 wall chart summaries - you’ll only pay R200 each – that’s a SAVING of R 150! The offer is valid for the first 200 orders received!

YES! I want to comply with labour laws
and inform my employees

You must display the BCEA

You must display a summary of the Basic Conditions of Employment (BCE) Act where all employees can see it.

Basic conditions of the Employment act

Pay only R250 and the legal wall chart summary will be yours! Ready to be posted to you today!

YES! I want to comply with labour laws
and inform my employees

There are still many employers who aren’t displaying a summary of the Employment Equity Act at their workplace. This is a mandatory notice for all employers, no matter how many people you employ – 1 or 100!

Employment equity act

Are your employees aware of their health and safety obligations?

Let your employees know about all the health and work safety regulations they must comply with to avoid risks at work! The Summary of the Occupational Health and Safety Act is the essence of what EVERY EMPLOYER and EVERY EMPLOYEE must know about health and safety.

Occupational Health and Safety Act Wall Chart

Make your employees aware of the occupational health and safety hazards in your company, as well as their health and safety obligations, by displaying a copy of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act; which requires all businesses with 5 or more employees to implement a health and safety structure to sustain employee wellbeing and create a healthy and safe working environment

Invest now, only R250 and the Summary of the Occupational Health and Safety Act is yours!

It takes care of your safety!
 

YES! I want to comply with labour laws
and inform my employees

 

Plus! If you order all 3 Wall Charts you’ll only pay R200 per wall chart – that’s R600 for all 3 wall charts including postage and packaging.


Your sincerely,
 

Annabel Koffman
FSPBusiness Publisher


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