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You should report this to UIF and ask them to intervene, as you cannot claim your UIF benefits until your employer sends the documents.
Perhaps you can ask SASBO the Finance Union as it is known, for advice. You should ask the HR department to assist you to check if there are any errors. It is HR’s job to assist employees in that way.
Ask your lawyer to investigate whether it is advisable (or still possible) to object to the late filing of the employer’s opposing affidavit.
If your injury happened less than two years ago, your injury on duty case should still be open.
Only family members of the 20 miners who died in the Kloof Ikamva shaft accident in 2018 can claim jobs. You will need to apply in the regular way,
An employer is legally required to register with the specific bargaining council that applies to the employer’s main scope of work. If the employer does not comply they can be fined.
If your tax directive application is declined, it may be due to incorrect data captured
Absolutely not. A worker is employed by the company, not the company’s client.
You should send a registered letter to the Trustees of the Fund asking them to investigate.
You are supposed to pay UIF contributions until your employee stops working for you.