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Basic Guides for Compensation for Occupational Injuries and diseases.

Below are summaries of key topics within labour legislation

Workers who adopt a baby can claim UIF benefits and receive payments at their nearest labour centre.

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Employers must pay UIF contributions of 2% of the value of each worker's pay per month. The employer and the worker contribute 1% each.

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Certain information about workers must be sent to UIF or SARS every month by employers.

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Basic Guide to UIF Dependant’s Benefits When a worker dies the dependants have the right to claim benefits from the UIF.

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p>Workers are entitled to appeal against decisions of the Commissioner or claims officer.

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Workers who become ill have the right to claim from the UIF.

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Workers on maternity leave may claim for benefits from UIF.

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All employers must register with the UIF or SARS.

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Workers who become unemployed have the right to claim from UIF.

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Employers must register themselves and their workers with the UIF and pay contributions monthly

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All workers must contribute 1% of their pay to the UIF. To claim for benefits certain documents need to be completed and handed in at a labour centre.

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