Tag Archive | employment equity

Where are the women? In a female dominated sector of health and social development

South Africa scores poorly when it comes to the number of women in senior management roles. New research shows that women hold 28% of senior management roles in businesses with only 3% having a female CEO. This is 5% lower than the global average of 8% with 31% of SA companies having no women in senior management […]

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Harsher punishment for non-compliant companies

The South African Employment Equity (EE) Annual Report for the 2015/2016 reporting year, released on 10 May 2017, showed that 68% of management positions are still held by white employees, while African employees occupy only 14.4% of managerial posts in South Africa. The South African Department of Labour said it collated the information using 26,255 […]

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Speed up workplace transformation, says minister

Pretoria – Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has expressed concern on the slow pace of transformation in South Africa’s workplace, saying drastic measures needed to be taken to speed-up change. The minister was speaking after the release the 11th Commission for Employment Equity (CEE) Annual Report, which showed that whites were still dominating top management level […]

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