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Commission for Employment Equity Annual Report 2010 - 2011

Commission for Employment Equity Annual Report 2010 -  2011

The workforce population distribution is largely based on the Quarterly Labour Force Survey published by Statistics South Africa on the Economically Active Population (EAP). The EAP includes people from 15 to 64 years of age who are either employed or unemployed and seeking employment. The EAP is meant to provide guidance to employers to determine resource allocation and interventions needed to achieve an equitable and representative workforce.

The implementation of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Codes (BBBEE Codes) has definitely assisted in increasing the number of employers submitting reports in terms of the Employment Equity Act to the Department of Labour, as people want to do business with government. Ongoing collaboration with the Department of Trade and Industry has become an essential item on the CEE’s diary in order to promote and align employment equity on the BBBEE Scorecard.

Download the Annual Report: cee_annual_report_2011a.pdf


1. Introduction

2. Key strategic objectives for five years

3. Highlights for the period

4. Workforce distribution

5. Employment Equity Value Chain

6. Analysis of employment equity reports received in 2010

6.1 Extent of reporting

6.2 Workforce profile, workforce movement and skills development in terms of race, gender and disability

6.2.1 Top management

6.2.2 Senior management

6.2.3 Professionally qualified

6.2.4 Skilled

6.2.5 People with disabilities

7. Summary

Consulting Services

We are also able to assist organisations in providing employment equity consulting services

We approach Employment Equity primarily from a workforce readiness approach taking into account the urgent need to bring about transformation through the implementation of progressive affirmative action measures, motivated less by the “threat” of penalties or written undertakings (Section 7, General Administrative Regulations, 2009) than the requirement to develop the skills and competencies necessary for the organisation to fulfill its transformation and BBBEE mandate.

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Employment Equity Workshops

Train new employment equity committee members or retrain existing members to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Employment Equity Act

Employment Equity Committee Training - (1 or 2 day)

NQF Level 4
Number of Credits 5
Unit Standard No. 10983
Unit Standard Title Participate in the implementation and utilisation of equity related processes

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