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The Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA), 1997 (Act 75 of 1997) was established to enforce the basic conditions of employment. Businesses who do not comply with this Act will be penalised.

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Penalties businesses may face for not complying with this Act.

  • Labour inspectors may serve a compliance order by writing to the Department of Labour.
  • The Director General may agree/change/cancel the compliance order.
  • Labour inspectors may investigate/inspect/ask questions about complaints and remove records as evidence.
  • Businesses may be taken to the labour court for a ruling.
  • Businesses that are found guilty of non-compliance may face heavy fines/ penalties.
  • They can be ordered to pay compensation and damages to the employee.
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