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VOTE 17: LABOUR PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE PRESENTATION MARCH 2003 DIRECTOR-GENERAL: ADV. RAMS RAMASHIA VOTE 17: LABOUR PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE PRESENTATION MARCH 2003 DIRECTOR-GENERAL: ADV. RAMS RAMASHIA

CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. MISSION STATEMENT 15 POINT PROGRAMME STRATEGIC CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. MISSION STATEMENT 15 POINT PROGRAMME STRATEGIC PLAN LEGISLATION STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES MAIN DIVISIONS BUDGET

1. MISSION STATEMENT 1. MISSION STATEMENT

MISSION STATEMENT The Department of Labour will play a significant role in reducing unemployment, MISSION STATEMENT The Department of Labour will play a significant role in reducing unemployment, poverty and inequality through a set of policies and programmes developed in consultation with social partners, which are aimed at: 4

 • Improved economic efficiency and productivity • Skills development and employment creation • • Improved economic efficiency and productivity • Skills development and employment creation • Sound labour relations • Eliminating inequality and discrimination in the workplace • Alleviating poverty in employment 5

2. 15 POINT PLAN 6 2. 15 POINT PLAN 6

15 POINT PROGRAMME § Guides our work in this five year period § 15 15 POINT PROGRAMME § Guides our work in this five year period § 15 points are: • Policies developed by Department seek to achieve an appropriate balance between security and flexibility • Employment creation • Implementation of Presidential Job Summit resolutions • Implementation of skills development strategy 7

15 POINT PROGRAMME (cont) • • • Employment equity Protection of vulnerable workers Occupational 15 POINT PROGRAMME (cont) • • • Employment equity Protection of vulnerable workers Occupational health and safety An adequate social safety net Promoting stable labour relations Productivity Social partnerships International relations Monitoring impact of policy Institutional restructuring Legislative amendments 8

3. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 9 3. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 9

 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 1. Monitor and review labour market policies on an ongoing basis STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 1. Monitor and review labour market policies on an ongoing basis 2. Advance Employment and Skills development 3. Promote Employment equity 4. Protection of vulnerable workers 10

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES (cont) • Provide Social Safety Net • Promote Occupational Health and Safety STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES (cont) • Provide Social Safety Net • Promote Occupational Health and Safety • Promote Stable Labour Relations 11

4. LEGISLATION 12 4. LEGISLATION 12

LEGISLATION The following legislation enables the Department to achieve its mission: • Basic Conditions LEGISLATION The following legislation enables the Department to achieve its mission: • Basic Conditions of Employment Act • Labour Relations Act • Employment Equity Act • Skills Development Levies Act • Occupational Health and Safety Act • Unemployment Insurance Act • Compensation for Occupational Injuries and 13 Diseases Act

5. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 14 5. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 14

1. Monitor and Review Labour Market Policies § Conduct research on: • Co-operatives and 1. Monitor and Review Labour Market Policies § Conduct research on: • Co-operatives and employment creation • Atypical forms of employment 15

2. Skills development § Accelerate delivery of and access to learnerships by 50 000 2. Skills development § Accelerate delivery of and access to learnerships by 50 000 unemployed young people § Plan, implement, monitor, support and evaluate the achievement of the 2004/5 National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) targets, including Equity Targets (85% black, 54% women and 4% people with disabilities 16

2. Skills development (Cont…) § NSDS impact studies conducted 17 2. Skills development (Cont…) § NSDS impact studies conducted 17

2. Skills development (Cont… 2) § Support skills development initiatives from the National Skills 2. Skills development (Cont… 2) § Support skills development initiatives from the National Skills Fund • Spend NSF to support the achievement of NSDS • Implement strategies for SMME, informal and co-operatives sectors with other departments • Integrate skills development with Provincial and local initiatives to promote employment creation 18

2. Skills development (Cont… 3) 1. SETAs achieve targets for 2003/4 • Support SETAs 2. Skills development (Cont… 3) 1. SETAs achieve targets for 2003/4 • Support SETAs to achieve 2003/4 performance targets as per MOU entered into with the Do. L • Support SETAs who do not achieve the targets, where appropriate and where required, take appropriate disciplinary action • Train 164 763 people via the strategic project 19 fund

3. Employment equity § Strengthen enforcement mechanisms • Improved procedural equity compliance achieved • 3. Employment equity § Strengthen enforcement mechanisms • Improved procedural equity compliance achieved • Progress in substantive equity compliance monitored • Encouraging compliance through showcasing of best practice § Analysis of income differentials • Prepare report on income differentials 20

Employment equity (cont…) § Publish guidelines to assist implementation of Codes of Good Practice Employment equity (cont…) § Publish guidelines to assist implementation of Codes of Good Practice • HIV/ AIDS • Disability § Amend regulations to ensure appropriate data collection 21

4. Protection of Vulnerable workers § Implement and enforce legislation and sectoral determinations • 4. Protection of Vulnerable workers § Implement and enforce legislation and sectoral determinations • Educate and enforce domestic and farm workers sectoral determinations • Investigate working conditions in the following sectors : Forestry, minibus taxi, glass and glassware, fishing, clothing and knitting, civil engineering • Consolidate the Department’s Inspection and 22 Enforcement strategy

4. Vulnerable workers (cont…) § Support Home Affairs to implement Immigration Act in respect 4. Vulnerable workers (cont…) § Support Home Affairs to implement Immigration Act in respect of migrant workers in particular 23

4. Vulnerable workers (cont…) § Finalize and implement national policy on the eradication of 4. Vulnerable workers (cont…) § Finalize and implement national policy on the eradication of child labour 24

5. Occupational health and safety 1. Targeted advocacy and enforcement strategy, which is sector 5. Occupational health and safety 1. Targeted advocacy and enforcement strategy, which is sector and issue specific. 2. Increase number of inspections. 3. Embark on joint campaigns in high risk sectors, 4. Promote compliance. 5. Increase awareness. 6. Support health and safety structures to assist industry to ensure effective OHS implementation. 25

5. Occupational health and safety (cont…) § Promote OHS accord in provinces • OHS 5. Occupational health and safety (cont…) § Promote OHS accord in provinces • OHS accord signed and implemented by all provinces § Finalise the development of policy to integrate OHS competencies across government § Identify and address subtle causes of occupational diseases 26

6. Improved social safety net: Unemployment Insurance § Strengthen administrative and financial management capacity 6. Improved social safety net: Unemployment Insurance § Strengthen administrative and financial management capacity of the UI Fund • Implement the fraud reduction strategy § Develop and implement enforcement and revenue collection strategy for categories of workers that were formerly excluded from Act • domestic workers 27

6. Improved social safety net: Unemployment Insurance (cont…) § Improve financial viability of the 6. Improved social safety net: Unemployment Insurance (cont…) § Improve financial viability of the Fund § Improve service delivery 28

 6. Improved social safety net: Compensation Fund § Improve service delivery: – Improved 6. Improved social safety net: Compensation Fund § Improve service delivery: – Improved claims processing • Decentralisation of claims enquiries to Provincial offices. • Automation of the FYI IT system to process claims in alignment with PPP – Improved revenue collection and fraud detection. 29

7. Promoting stable labour relations § Develop and implement advocacy strategy for small business 7. Promoting stable labour relations § Develop and implement advocacy strategy for small business § Ensure bargaining councils take concerns of small business on board § Efficient registration of labour organizations and deregister non bonafide unions and employers organizations 30

7. Promoting stable labour relations (cont…) § Oversee and assist in respect of overall 7. Promoting stable labour relations (cont…) § Oversee and assist in respect of overall governance of CCMA including Essential Services Committee § Monitoring of strikes and labour market trends and events. • Reduction in workplace conflict and industrial unrest 31

 7. Promoting stable labour relations (cont… 2) § Promote social dialogue § Facilitate 7. Promoting stable labour relations (cont… 2) § Promote social dialogue § Facilitate and support transformation of bargaining councils. § Facilitate establishment of new councils and amalgamation of councils. 32

6. MAIN DIVISIONS OF THE VOTE 33 6. MAIN DIVISIONS OF THE VOTE 33

MAIN DIVISIONS OF THE VOTE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Administration MAIN DIVISIONS OF THE VOTE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Administration Occupational Health and Safety of Persons Social Insurance Employment and Skills Development Services Labour Relations Labour Policy Service Delivery Auxiliary and Associated Services 34

7. BUDGET 2003/2004 As contained in the Estimate of National Expenditure (ENE) 35 7. BUDGET 2003/2004 As contained in the Estimate of National Expenditure (ENE) 35

MTEF ALLOCATIONS R, 000 MIL TOTAL Do. L UIF 02/03 R 1, 296 R MTEF ALLOCATIONS R, 000 MIL TOTAL Do. L UIF 02/03 R 1, 296 R 0, 976 R 0, 320 R, mil 03/04 R 1, 291 R 1, 041 R 0, 250 -0, 3% 0, 0% -5, 7% 04/05 R 1, 292 R 1, 142 R 0, 150 05/06 R 1, 218 R 0, 000 Do. L UIF VOTED ESTIMATE 36

BUDGET PER PROGRAMME 37 BUDGET PER PROGRAMME 37

BUDGET PER PROGRAMME R, mil VOTE: 03/04 PROG R’mil % ADMIN 210, 8 16, BUDGET PER PROGRAMME R, mil VOTE: 03/04 PROG R’mil % ADMIN 210, 8 16, 3 OHS 26, 5 2, 0 SI 19, 7 1, 5 ESDS 175. 0 13, 6 LR 185, 5 14, 4 LP 27, 8 2, 2 SD 373, 8 28, 9 AUX 21, 9 1, 7 S-TOTAL 1041, 0 UIF 250, 0 19, 4 TOTAL 1, 291, 0 100, 0 38

MTEF PER PROGRAMME 39 MTEF PER PROGRAMME 39

BUDGET PER STANDARD ITEM 40 BUDGET PER STANDARD ITEM 40

BUDGET PER STANDARD ITEM R, mil VOTE: 03/04 S ITEM R’mil % PERS 371, BUDGET PER STANDARD ITEM R, mil VOTE: 03/04 S ITEM R’mil % PERS 371, 9 28, 8 ADMIN 149, 5 11, 6 INVENT 27, 7 2, 1 EQUIP 42, 0 3, 3 LAND 66, 7 5, 2 PROF 99, 8 7, 7 TRANS 269, 9 20, 9 MISC 13, 5 1, 0 S-Total 1041, 0 UIF 250, 0 19, 4 TOTAL 1, 291, 0 100, 0 41

TRANSFER PAYMENTS R, mil Year 99/00 00/01 01/02 02/03 03/04 R’mil Do. L UIF TRANSFER PAYMENTS R, mil Year 99/00 00/01 01/02 02/03 03/04 R’mil Do. L UIF 441, 9 285, 6 251, 3 257, 9 269, 9 605, 0 320, 0 250, 0 Do. L UIF 42

THANK YOU 43 THANK YOU 43