What is the meaning of sectoral determination?

What is the meaning of sectoral determination?

The sectoral determination compels the employer to issue the domestic worker with written particulars of employment. The determination explains what information should be contained in such a document, how to communicate the information, what happens when conditions of employment change and how long it should be kept.

How many sectoral determinations are there?

Since the establishment of the ECC, eleven sectoral determinations governing vulnerable workers in different sectors of the economy have been established.

What is sector minimum wage in South Africa?

R20 per hour
The national minimum wage in South Africa Since January 2019, workers in South Africa have been entitled to a minimum wage of R20 per hour. This translates to around R3,500 based on a 40-hour working week.

What are normal working hours in SA?

According to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA), the maximum normal working time allowed is 45 hours weekly. This is nine hours per day (excluding a lunch break) if the employee works a five-day week, and eight hours per day (excluding a lunch break) if the employee works more than 5 days per week.

What is the purpose of sectoral determination?

Amongst other things, the Sectoral Determinations cater for differences in standards brought about by sector-specific needs such as regulating the wages of commission earners, different hours of work and setting minimum wages in certain sectors.

What is meant by sectoral?

Sectoral means relating to the various economic sectors of a society or to a particular economic sector.

What is a ministerial determination?

WHAT IS A MINISTERIAL DETERMINATION. The Minister of Labour may establish basic conditions of employment for employees in a certain sector or area by means of a Ministerial Determination.

Does 9 5 include lunch?

Most places consider 9-5 to be 8 hours (lunch and coffee breaks count towards the total). If we accept this convention, your workers are technically there for 9 hours a day for 4 days and 4 hours on Friday.

What time is lunch in South Africa?

12 to 2 P.M.
Breakfast is served from about 6 to 9 A.M., lunch from 12 to 2 P.M., and dinner from 8 to 10 P.M. the main meal of the day for most all groups is dinner.