OUR EE SYSTEM:
Business Survey Consultants (BSC) and its associates, Picay Consulting, have designed an A to Z EE system to help companies complete all their Employment Equity Forms and comply with the EE Act by submitting their Plan. The system will evaluate your past efforts, analyse barriers in your workplace, generate reports and completed forms and help you in the final steps of consulting with EE Committees and submitting an EE Plan.
THE A-Z EMPLOYMENT EQUITY PROCESS:
1. Workshops and Training
BSC and Picay will host a workshop at your offices to review what your company has done in terms of compliance and completing the forms. The workshop will aim to get everyone on the same page and will include an informative training session for your EE Manager(s) and colleagues regarding what is required by the EE Act and what your company should do in preparation of the EE Planning process. The phases and milestones of the project will be clearly outlined in order to gain all team members' buy in and feedback about what they should expect.
2. Employee Survey
BSC launches an EE Survey to your employees via email, forms and/or interviews. Employees are consulted about barriers in their workplace.
3. Barrier Analysis
During the survey, barriers are identified and outlined by our data analysts and reported to you in easy online Heat Maps and Bar Graphs.
4. EE Forms and Plan
Senior Analysts with 20 years of experience in EE complete your forms for you and help set up a user-friendly EE Plan with step-by-step guidelines.
After thorough evaluation of our proposed actions, the steps and your plans are presented to your EE Committees during workshops.
*These examples are password protected. To request a password please email BSC at email@example.com or call/whatsapp 0824104263.
More details about EE Section 19 Analysis: The Employee Survey
Form EEA12 addresses Section 19 of the EE Act: "According to section 19(1) of the Employment Equity Act, a designated employer must conduct an analysis as prescribed, of its employment policies, practices, procedures and the working environment in order to identify employment barriers, which adversely affect people from designated groups."
In other words:
In other words:
- "Conduct an Analysis": Refers to conducting an Employee Survey, see below.
- "Employment policies, practices, procedures and the working environment in order to identify employment barriers": Refers to the questions that should be in your survey.
- "Adversely affect people from designated groups": Refers to the survey results- Data & graphics should exclude non-designated groups.
Contact BSC to get a quote for your EE System:
Your quote is readily available.