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Uif Ters Memorandum Of Agreement

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On April 9, 2020, in light of changes to the Coronavirus Guidelines (COVID-19), the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) issued four new agreements (MOA) that will be used when employers apply for the covid-19 temporary relief scheme («TERS»). It also adopted a revised application procedure. In accordance with Article 4, the revised MOA begins on the date of confirmation of the UIF`s acceptance of the application for COVID-19 TERs and remains in effect for at least three months, unless it is extended by mutual agreement. This may be relevant if the blockage is extended or if a business continues to close after closing. How can I get the forms to my servants if they are not at work and they do not have emails and computers (U12.1) In order to be able to claim TERS benefits on behalf of their employees, employers must send an email to covid19ters@labour.gov.za. Employers then receive an automatic email response from the UIF with instructions on how to apply for TERS benefits. Unfortunately, the instructions for the automatic response are relatively vague, particularly with regard to the mandatory standard document in which the employer must record all the necessary information to employees. Staff information must be recorded in a .csv format, although the UIF model is a .txt format. The employer must apply by reporting the total or partial closure to covid19ters@labour.gov.za. Nevertheless, the agreement will enter into force in accordance with paragraphs 1.3 and 1.4.1 of Form 4A (employer obligation) if it receives a letter of authorization «A3» and receives acceptance of such authorization by UIF. As a result, employers must wait for confirmation by UIF `A3` letter of authorization for the application to be approved and informed in writing of the amounts to be paid to workers as a result of this authorization.

The minimum benefit amount is ZAR 3,500, regardless of the minimum wage required by the branch agreement. COVID-19: RESOURCES – EASY AID GUIDE (S) FOR MANAGING OF THE CORONAVIRUS See «UIF Easy Guide for Electronic Claims». ————————————————————————————————————————————————————- On 8 April 2020, a revised directive was adopted as part of the Civil Protection Regulation, which will govern these benefits. These benefits are also subject to the provisions of the MOU or to the standard conditions that will be published shortly. This clause is particularly confusing when the period from the submission expires, but the payment obligation does not appear until the documents are verified. Please use easy Aid and On – the online guide document to help you in the process. Fortunately, UIF has introduced an Employer-Employer Re-rec of-the-do (TERS) option for employers. TERS services are the normal UIF benefits available to workers in the event of termination. However, TERS services are only payable for plant closures due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

TERS benefits are payable for up to three months. Employers and workers must agree. You must complete the corresponding forms – sickness benefits (14 quarantine days) to www.labourwise.co.za/downloads/topical-temporary-download If one of the benefits has not been used by the employer, in accordance with point 13, the employer must also refer to the UIF the funds not used, including interest, within 10 days of the resumption of their activities or the termination of the revised MOA, according to the previous date. 2.1 b) UIF EASY AID GUIDE FOR ELECTRONIC CLAIMS (PDF-DOWNLOAD) Article 12 of the revised MOA also requires the employer to provide proof of payment to the UIF within five days of receipt of the UIF funds.

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