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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.
You can report them to the Department of Labour.
On the face of it, it would certainly seem so but the actual decision of whether it was an unfair dismissal under labour law must be taken by the CCMA.
If the firm has a payroll of over R500,000, then they must register with SETA and provide learnerships.
Unfortunately, you can't take your application back once it's been approved. You should get details about your umbrella fund's retirement due to ill health benefits.
You can contact the UIF Call Centre to ask that they help you. You can also lodge a complaint against the employee.
Certify copies of his and your IDs, and make an affidavit explaining the circumstances. Take these to the HR department at his old job.
No, the employer can sue you for breach of contract, but they cannot block your provident fund.