youth gaining employment through learnerships
learners with disabilities gaining employment
employees improving critical skills
Skills development has been identified as a priority in the Amended BBBEE Codes of Good Practice, requiring a minimum threshold of 40% of the available points to be met in order to prevent downgrading by a level. The skills spend target has further been increased from 3% to 6% of payroll on accredited training with an additional target of 2.5% of total employees for learnerships for unemployed black people. They also needed to meet the sub–minimum requirements for the revised ICT Code for 2017.
Enterpriseroom worked closely with all the business unit heads to develop a high-level strategy for the client’s 2016/2017 financial year, alongside a comprehensive implementation plan and tool to track progress.
As part of the process, we:
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