HR Legal and Compliance


Effective, updated HR procedures are an essential constituent of an organisation’s People Strategy. HR Policies ensure compliance with pertinent employment legislation as well as inform employees of the organisation’s expectations, required behaviours and responsibilities.

We want to help you:

Define clear HR policies and procedures aligned to legislation and best practice

Regularly update existing HR policies and procedures

Train employees across all levels on the scope and application these policies



As per legislation, it is mandatory for designated companies to comply with the Employment Equity Act together with governing Employment Equity (EE) amendments. Furthermore, it is an integral part of an organisation’s strategy to promote equal opportunity and fair conduct through processes, ensuring equitable representation, redressing disadvantages in employment experienced by designated groups. 

EE is included in the Management Control component of the B-BBEE scorecard for measuring business compliance in terms of the BEE Codes of Good Practice.

We assist with the following:

Comprehensive EE compliance approach

EE training for Management and EE Forum

Consolidation and submission of your EEA2 and EEA4 reports

EAP analysis and EE plan

Facilitation of EE Meetings

Guidance on ways to track and achieve your EAP targets



It is mandatory for all businesses that remunerate at an annual rate of R500,000 and above to  register and pay the required Skills Development Levies (SDL) and comply with statutory Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) scorecard requirements. The submission of a Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) is crucial for meeting the requirements of the Skills Development Act.

We want to assist you implement Learning Strategies for Skills Development that will also  contribute to the improvement of the South African workforce skill sets.


We will perform the functions of a Skills Development Facilitator to:

Ensure that your company is registered with the relevant SETA

Complete and submit quarterly reports

Claim annually from your industry-specific SETA

Introduce Skills Development Programmes like Learnerships, Bursaries and Youth subsidies

Establish a Skills Development committee


Saves you time and money

Claim back money from relevant establishments provided that all requirements are met

Increases productivity and growth through Learning and Development programmes

Mitigates the risk of being penalised for non-compliance

Qualify for Skills Development grants