#023 Year End Round Up 2022

Listen to what Andrew and Sarah Levy have to say about four important issues that will impact the workplace in 2023 -

- The question around the employment of foreigners
Get a handle on the Government's draft plan to deal with the "illegals" issue and at the same time attract skilled labour

- The outlook for inflation in 2023 and how this will affect wage demands, employee expectations and settlements in the coming year

- Workplace harassment - a new code of practice
Find out how the code aims to eliminate sexual and racial harassment and address the problem of bullying in the workplace

- The amended Employment Equity Act
Find out what this means for small businesses with the narrow definition of a "designated employer" and who will be responsible for setting sectoral numerical targets
6 Dec 2022 English South Africa Business · Management

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