Is your Business registered for UIF?
You are legally obligated to register your business for UIF and COIDA
UIF For Business
If you are a small business owner and have one or more employees working for you more than 24 hours per month, you need to be registered as an employer with the Department of Labour, and contribute towards the fund.
We will assist you with registration for you as the Employer, as well as your Employees.
We can also assist with calculation of your UIF arrear payments and advise you on payment information and how to proceed, once you are registered.
We charge a once-off service fee of R850 for up to 10 Employees.
Your UIF responsibilities as an employer
As an employer you need to pay a total of 2% of your employess salary to the UIF.
1% must be your own contribution and the other 1% comes from the employee.
It is the business's responsibilty to pay over the full 2% though.This payment must be made before the 7th of every month. This is paid directly to the Department of Labour and not to us.
Dont feel overwhelmed, we will assist you!