min wage act

MINIMUM WAGE MAY 2018

17 MAY 2018

 

MINIMUM WAGE MAY 2018

Remuneration Employers must pay to Employees:

No Employer shall pay and no Employee shall accept wages lower than this:

Admin/Office Assistant ………………. R5 713.83
Cashier ………………………………….. R3 416.04
Butchery Assistant ……………………… R3 416.04
Shop Assistant …………………………. R3 280.69
Manager ………………………………… R9 384.23
Master meat cutting tech, grade IA …… R8 680.92
Meat cutting tech, grade IB ……………. R7 559.91
Meat cutting tech, grade II ……………. R4 568.84
Driver …………………………………… R3 891.99
Security Officer ………………………… R3 891.99
Area Manager …………………………. R15 273.15

When must an Employer register with the Council?

Every owner shall ensure that each establishment he/she owns or operates in the Trade is registered with the Council within 14 days of entering or commencing operations in the Trade.

What Funds are payable to the Council:

  1. Every employer shall, in respect of each and every establishment he/she owns or Probation – DO’s and DON’T’s every Employer should be aware of conducts, pay a monthly levy of R45.00 per establishment;
  2. Every employer shall deduct 1% of the prescribed minimum wage, as prescribed above, from the wage payable to each employee and add to such deduction an equivalent amount;
  3. The employer shall ensure that the above amounts are received by the Council by no later than the 7th day of each succeeding month.

 
 

Settlement Agreement for the Wage Negotiations

30 JANUARY 2018

Settlement Agreement Between Parties – Read more click here…..

Wage Negotiation – Read more click here….

 

The National Minimum Wage Bill, 2017

26 JANUARY 2018

What does the publication of the National Minimum Wage mean for Employers?

What is the national minimum wage in terms of Schedule 1? 

INVICTUS GROUP NEWSLETTER – JANUARY 2018 – Read more click here….

 

Minimum wage act


Restaurant, Catering And Allied Trades – Minimum Wage Increases

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Bonuses

In accordance with Section 5 (8)  and 5 (8) A of the Main Collective Agreement of the Bargaining Council for the Restaurant, Catering and Allied Trades, an employee shall be entitled to:

  • one week’s wages for one year completed service,
  • two weeks wages for two years completed service,
  • three weeks wages for three and four years completed service,
  • four weeks wages for five or more years completed service.

Extension To Non-parties Of The Consolidated Main Collective Amending Agreement

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