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Small Enterprises Ombud Service Bill and how It Could it would be easy to see why special care must be given to protecting the usage and appeal of SMMEs. Small Business Development, Material Didático, Trade Secret, Competition, Woman, Balance Sheet, Personal Finance, Investing

Enforceability Of Restraint Of Trade Agreements

Restraint of Trade Agreements (hereinafter referred to as “Agreements”) are included in Employment Contracts to protect the interests, business acumen and trade secrets of Employers when Employees terminate their employment. Employees are thus restricted from working for their Employer’s competition upon termination of their employment.

BBBEE compliance: the construction sector code – what you need to know

BBBEE compliance: the construction sector code – what you need to know

In October 2013, the revised Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (“Generic BBBEE Codes” or “Codes”) Codes were gazetted by the Minister of Trade and Industry (DTI). In April 2015 these (new) Codes came into operation (“new codes”) thereby replacing the existing BBBEE Codes of Good Practice (“old codes”).

In this Episode we discuss Are employers obliged to issue it? How about a reference letter?

Let's Talk: Fixed Term Contracts

In this #SchoemanLaw #LetsTalk Episode we discuss #FixedTermAgreements. The Do's and Don'ts of Contracting Employees.

In this Episode we discuss Are employers obliged to issue it? How about a reference letter?

Let's Talk: Certificates of Service

In this #SchoemanLaw #LetsTalk Episode we discuss #CertificatesOfService. Are employers obliged to issue it? How about a reference letter?

Do you need to reward and retain key employees in your SME, but not open to an equity transaction? A phantom share plan could be your solution.

Phantom Share Plans For SMEs

Phantom share plans or cash-settled share plans generally grant an employee a right to receive a certain amount in cash

Sexual Harassment – A Quick Guide For Employers Franchise Agreement, Paid Sick Leave, Notary Public, Change Of Heart, Hard Earned, Under Pressure, In Writing, Appointments, Workplace

The National Credit Act: How The Right To A Cooling-off Period Is Limited

We often hear about people entering into Agreements which they later tend to regret. People find themselves having to commit to monthly instalments in respect of debts or spending their hard-earned monies fulfilling contractual obligations which they could have avoided at an earlier stage after entering into the Agreements. In terms of National Credit Act No. 34 of 2005 (NCA), a Cooling-off period is the right to cancel or rescind an Agreement without having to provide reasons. If a Party to…

How to Start a Coffee Shop - Female Entrepreneur SA Happy People, Good People, Starting A Coffee Shop, Coffee Geek, Coffee Equipment, Commercial Insurance, Skin Care Clinic, Looking For People, Always Smile

Female Entrepreneur SA - BizBuzz February 2019 - Page 24-25 - Created with Publitas.com

BizBuzz February 2019

Sexual Harassment – A Quick Guide For Employers Franchise Agreement, Paid Sick Leave, Notary Public, Change Of Heart, Hard Earned, Under Pressure, In Writing, Appointments, Workplace

Conflicts Surrounding The Appointment And/or Removal Of Executors

In terms of the Administration of Estates Act 66 of 1965, as amended (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”), an Executor is the appointed person who is responsible for the winding up of a Deceased Estate. This involves ascertaining all the assets, settling liabilities, as well as obtaining assets and distributing them to the heirs or legatees in the Estate. It often happens however, that two or more people may be appointed as co-Executors of an Estate, or that an Executor acts in a way which…

In this Episode we discuss BBBEE. How does it really work? What do you need to do to comply?

Let's Talk: The Basics BBBEE

In this #SchoemanLaw #LetsTalk Episode we discuss BBBEE. How does it really work? What do you need to do to comply?

In this Episode we discuss Non-Disclosure Agreements or NDAs. What are they, why do you need one and what if you don't have one.

Let's Talk: NDAs

In this #SchoemanLaw #LetsTalk Episode we discuss Non-Disclosure Agreements or NDAs. What are they, why do you need one and what if you don't have one.

In this Episode we discuss Shareholder Agreements and why you need one.

Let's Talk: Shareholder Agreements

In this #SchoemanLaw #LetsTalk Episode we discuss Shareholder Agreements and why you need one.

In this Episode we discuss the difference between buying/selling shares and subscribing for it. The difference is important when you are thinking of expanding or getting another partner.

Let's Talk: Share Subscriptions versus Sale

In this #SchoemanLaw #LetsTalk Episode we discuss the difference between buying/selling shares and subscribing for it. The difference is important when you are ...

Sexual Harassment – A Quick Guide For Employers Franchise Agreement, Paid Sick Leave, Notary Public, Change Of Heart, Hard Earned, Under Pressure, In Writing, Appointments, Workplace

Sexual Harassment – A Quick Guide For Employers

It is of paramount importance that sexual harassment be dealt with properly by all Employers in the workplace. Much needed guidance was given to Employers when the Code of Good Practice for the Handling of Sexual Harassment Cases was published in the Government Gazette in 1998. This Code was amended and published in the Government Gazette on 4 August 2005. The Amended Code failed to repeal the Code that was published in 1998 and created uncertainty as a result thereof. The Labour Appeal…

Employing Foreign Nationals in South Africa: What You Need to Know — Professional Group, Employment Service, Work Visa, Permanent Residence, Types Of Work, Citizenship, The Republic, Need To Know, Workplace

Employing Foreign Nationals in South Africa: What You Need to Know — Workshop17 | Workspace Solutions

Introduction Today it is increasingly popular for businesses to employ foreign nationals in South Africa. Whether for specific skill sets or other reasons, these can prove to be an invaluable asset. A key question for employers then, is what compliance is required by law to employ foreign nationa

Feature Post: BBBEE Compliance for Multinational Companies —

Feature Post: BBBEE Compliance for Multinational Companies — Workshop17 | Workspace Solutions

Compliance with BBBEE is a turnover- based consideration. Businesses are categorised into 3 levels for this purpose, namely: Exempt Micro Enterprises (“EME”), Qualifying Small Enterprises (“QSE”) and Generic Enterprises (“GENERIC”). EME’s compliance is much more lenient than the other levels. QSE’s

It is the first solution of its kind in South Africa, this platform supports entrepreneurs to effectively establish legal foundations in their businesses for

The Link Between Scaling, Relationship Building And Technology

It is the first solution of its kind in South Africa, this platform supports entrepreneurs to effectively establish legal foundations in their businesses for optimum growth and overall business success.