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Business Consulting

INTEGRIDAD offers a complete company assessment and GAP analysis to identify requirements set out by the Law and implement according to the Gazetted codes of good business practice.

Training

Accreditation with 17+ SETA's including Education, Media, Transport, Energy & Water, Agri(culture), Services, and the list continues to grow... [SEE FULL LIST]

Social Economic Development

The indicator measures all Qualifying Contributions, which are social development contributions to defined beneficiaries, as well as contributions to certain Approved Projects such as projects in rural or underdeveloped urban areas, earmarked by government for development and any sector specific contributions which have been approved through gazetting of a particular industry’s Sector Code.

Employment Equity

In order to earn points for the EE part of the BEE scorecard, business managers need to present a forward-thinking EE plan that will see the smooth transformation of their organisations over a specified period – often five years or longer. They need to indicate the targets they are working to reach in different areas of employment, for example the number of black disabled staff members they intend to have as a percentage of their total workforce by the year specified. They also need to show the percentages of black employees, and specifically black female employees, they are aiming to have across junior, middle and senior levels of management. The targets should have specific criteria for different race groups in accordance with the EE Act.

Enterprise Development

When you do either Supplier or Enterprise Development there are certain rules and regulations that need to be followed:

• Supplier and Enterprise Development can only be done for 51% or more Black Owned Businesses;
• These 51% or more Black Owned Businesses must have a turnover of less than R50 million per annum;
• You cannot claim money spend on Supplier Development as money spend on Enterprise Development;
• Supplier and Enterprise Development can only be done on existing businesses;
• The spend on these two sub-elements must be quantifiable in a monetary value;
• There must be a formal written agreement between your business and the recipient of Supplier or Enterprise Development;
• The recipient must show its gratitude by means of a Letter of Appreciation.

For your business to score full points for Supplier and Enterprise Development you will have to spend money on these two development criteria:

• For Supplier Development you will have to spend 2% (1% QSE) of your nett profit after tax per annum and
• For Enterprise Development you will have to spend 1% (1% QSE) of your nett profit after tax. 

Skills Development Levy Grants

How can your company claim from the skills levies?

• Contribute towards the Skills Development Levies (SDL)
Check if you are registered for Skills Levies. If you are not registered, you must visit your nearest South African Revenue Services (SARS) offices and complete the applicable form. SARS official will be able to assist with the completion of the form. They will ensure you pay regularly.

• Be registered with your SETA
SARS determine to which SETA the company belongs and thus which SETA levies should be paid too.

• Submit your Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) for 1 April – 30 March of the following year by 30 June of that same year.
Appoint a Skills Development Facilitator (SDF). The SDF should be registered with the applicable SETA) The SDF is responsible for planning, implementation and reporting SETA on training in the company. They must facilitate the consultation process in the development of the Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR), follow up on the payment of levies to SARS also submit WSP and ATR.

You can claim for training that isn’t given by SETA-accredited companies. You can claim for structured, internal, day-to-day training and learnerships. It is imperative to directly contact the SETA your company is registered with to enquire how to claim for these expenses. Procedures differ vastly for each SETA. 

Annual Training Report & Workplace Skills Plan Submissions

The company must facilitate the consultation process in the development of the Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR), follow up on the payment of levies to SARS, and also submit WSP and ATR. You can claim for training that isn’t given by SETA-accredited companies.

You can claim for structured, internal, day-to-day training and learnerships. It is imperative to directly contact the SETA your company is registered with to enquire how to claim for these expenses. Procedures differ vastly for each SETA, and requirements may vary.