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EEA 13 - Template for Employment Equity Plan in terms of Section 20 of the Act

EEA 13 - Template for Employment Equity Plan in terms of Section 20 of the Act


Section 20 requires designated employers to prepare and implement an Employment Equity Plan which will achieve reasonable progress towards employment equity in the employer’s workforce. An Employment Equity Plan must state-

(a) The objectives to be achieved for each year of the plan

(b) The affirmative action measures to be implemented as required by section 15(2);

(c ) Where under representation of people form designated groups has been identified by the analysis, the numerical goals to achieve the equitable representation of suitably qualified people from designated groups within each occupational level in the workforce, the timetable within which this is to be achieved, and the strategies intended to achieve those goals;

(d) The timetable for each year of the plan for the achievement of goals and objectives other than numerical goals;

(e) The duration of the plan, this may not be shorter than one year or longer than five years;

(f) The procedures that will be used to monitor and evaluate the implementation of the plan and whether reasonable progress is being made towards implementing employment equity;

(g) The internal procedures to resolve any dispute about the interpretation or implementation of the plan;

(h) The persons in the workforce, including senior managers, responsible for monitoring and implementing the plan; and

(i) Any other prescribed matter
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