Unemployment Insurance Fund conducts a door-to-door campaign to asses level of compliance with Unemployment Contribution Act, 27 to 29 Nov

Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) door-to-door campaign to asses the level of compliance by employers with Unemployment Contribution Act

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) will be on the road once again to conduct a door-to-door campaign in Olifantshoek, Postmasburg, Danielskuil, Lime Acres and Kathu areas from 27 November�01 December 2017. The main objective of this campaign is to visit employers and assess the level of compliance with the Unemployment Insurance Act (UIA) and Unemployment Insurance Contribution Act (UICA), as well as to promote on-line declaration through U-Filing.

The team of UIF employees accompanied by Employer Audits inspectors will be knocking on doors in various workplaces in efforts to assist employers on all aspects of registration and compliance as well as to resolve UIF enquiries.

These outreach and door to door campaigns are essential in ensuring that the Department of Labour keep in touch with the employers and employees and assess the quality of services it renders, whilst it promotes compliance with the Unemployment Insurance Act, said Zolile Albanie, Northern Cape Chief Director: Provincial Operations.

The Exhibition and interaction opportunity will be available for the employees and public to be assisted with enquiries and information on UIF matters and to keep them abreast with legislative amendments at the following areas and venues:

Source: Government of South Africa