Free service to tackle human resource queries during the COVID-19 lockdown
Strata-G Labour Solutions is reaching out to companies which find themselves slightly confused by the lockdown labour procedures, in the hope of bringing some clarity to these issues.
Strata-G Labour Solutions advocate and legal director Tertius Wessels says companies are facing unprecedented times and there is uncertainty around how to best aid employees and make sure their business survives.
Wessels says they are offering access to a team of legal experts to all employers through a free hotline.
We still see it every single day, even in essential services, there are businesses that are operating where they require employees to come in but they are not complying with the regulations of ensuring safe working conditions andTertius Wessels, Advocate and legal director at Strata-G Labour Solutions
We want to give our part to ensure that employers stay on the right side of the law and that those employees doing their best to render essential services are also protected.Tertius Wessels, Advocate and legal director at Strata-G Labour Solutions
We guide them through the process of applying for UIF for their staff, we deal with queries on how to handle performance management. I might be an employer where staff are working remotely, am I able to still take disciplinary action against them? How do I track performance? How do I deal with issues of leave? Any employment-related query.Tertius Wessels, Advocate and legal director at Strata-G Labour Solutions
The service is free of charge until 16 April and calls are charged at the local rate.
You can direct your enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
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