UIF Registration (Department of Labour)

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According to South African legislation, all businesses must register with the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) and make contributions for workers who work more than 24 hours per week. UIF is a type of insurance that guarantees financial security for South African employees in the event of involuntary unemployment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The UIF is a South African initiative ensuring that employees, like you, have a financial safety net should you face involuntary unemployment. By law, if you work more than 24 hours a month, your employer contributes to this fund on your behalf. It’s a way to ensure you’re looked after even when times get tough. 
Absolutely! If your employer has been contributing to the UIF during your employment, you’re eligible to claim benefits. However, remember that if you’ve resigned, been suspended, or absconded, you won’t be able to make a claim. 
Yes, it is. If you’re working more than 24 hours a month, your employer is legally bound to register you with the UIF and make monthly contributions. This includes all employees, even domestic workers. 
It’s quite straightforward. Both you and your employer contribute 1% of your wages each, making it a total of 2%. So, for every R100 you earn, R1 is deducted from your pay, and your employer adds another R1. 
Great question! The UIF Compliance Certificate is a document that confirms your company is up-to-date with its UIF contributions. If you’re looking to provide services to the government or apply for tenders, having this certificate is now a must. It’s a mark of trustworthiness and compliance. 

You can claim benefits from the UIF for up to 12 months, provided you’ve accumulated enough credit days. Think of it this way: for every four days you’ve worked, you earn one day’s credit.

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