Tomlinson Mnguni James Attorneys recognize the disparities created by past legislation in the South African workplace, particularly in terms of job functions and income; we are continuously committed to transformation. To this end it embraces the objectives of the Employment Equity Act as well as the Skills Development Act and is in the process of ensuring a diverse workforce broadly representative of the climate within which it operates.
The firm has developed and submitted an Employment Equity Plan, along with the prescribed Employment Equity reports. We continue to timeously submit our reports every second year. Mindful of the need for transformation TMJ undertakes all new appointments with the Company’s numerical and substantive goals in mind so as to create a diverse, demographically representative workforce. This process is overseen by a dedicated and demographically representative Employment Equity Committee. TMJ is confident that this objective will be achieved in time. Certainly the last few appointments made by the Company have reflected this as candidates from designated groups were specifically sought, interviewed and recruited.
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