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Domestic UIF in South Africa
UIF Care are Experienced and Trusted UIF Consultants who specialise in all UIF related services. Registering employers and their domestic employees for UIF with the Department of Labour in South Africa is our specialty.
No more wasting time sitting in queues at The Department of Labour or making countless phone calls just to have the call dropped! We assist you step by step through the process and see to all the nitty-gritty so you don’t have to. We take care of everything for you from start to finish, completing all the necessary domestic UIF forms on your behalf.
UIF for Domestic Employees does not need to be a stressful or complex process for you. Leave it to us to get the registration done correctly.
Our Information Pack is highly informative and advises you on any Legislative Requirements you need to abide by so that you are Fully Compliant with your UIF for all your employees.
We also provide you with all the documents you are required to provide your employee with by law, such as an Employment Contract, Payslip, Attendance Register and the Sectoral Determination 7 for Domestic Employees. No need to Google or search for any information or forms as it is all provided in our pack!
If you haven’t been paying your Monthly UIF Contributions yet – not to worry! We can assist you in obtaining your outstanding balance from The Department of Labour so that your account is 100% up to date.
UIF for Domestic Workers – Domestic Workers Receive The UIF Benefits They Deserve UIF Care is here to assist in ensuring that you are compliant with the laws set out by the Department of Labour, and that your domestic worker receives the benefits due to him or her.
DO YOU NEED TO BACK PAY UIF?
The Department of Labour will calculate the 2% UIF owed per month for the period owing, 10% of the UIF amount owed will be your penalty and there is also interest charged, which is calculated daily by the finance department of the UIF, as there are fluctuations. Interest is mainly dependent on what was owed monthly and when you are paying vs when you were meant to pay. If you need to back pay have a look at our Option 2 below.
WHAT SERVICES CAN WE OFFER YOU?
Registration of Employer and Employee5-10 Working Days to Complete
- Registration of Employer with the UIF
- Provide you with a UIF number
- Add Employee/s onto your UIF profile up to 3 employees
- Setup of uFiling profile
- Provide you with our very informative Private Household Employee Information Pack
- (This includes an employment contract, payslip, attendance register and much much more)
Calculation of Outstanding UIF15-20 Working Days to Complete
- NB: If you are not yet registered you please need to include the registration option as well.
- Submit employee past salary amounts for each month of each year worked
- Calculate your outstanding UIF and penalty
- Provide you with an official letter from The Department of Labour with your outstanding amount (this includes penalties and interest)
- Register a ufiling profile for you and ensure it is up to date
- As An Employer, I Am Legally Required To
- Who Is A Domestic Employee?
- Who Needs To Register Their Domestic Employee?
Register with the UIF as an employer of a Domestic Employee and obtain a UIF number
Register your employee as soon as employment commences by adding them onto your UIF number
Contribute 2% of the employee’s gross salary amount to UIF every month
Provide a legally compliant employment contract
Provide a payslip with each payment
Have a signed Attendance Register
Adhere to the minimum wage guidelines
Have a copy of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act available for your employee to view
Have a copy of the Sectoral Determination 7 for Domestic Employees available for your employee to view
A domestic employee is a housekeeper, gardener, driver or person who looks after children, the aged, the sick, frail or disabled in a private household.
If your domestic employee works 24 hours or more a month for you, you need to register him / her for UIF.