Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Cosatu condemns labour brokers that benefit from Employment Tax Incentive

Mluleki Mrwebi
30 July 2014

The Congress of South African Trade Unions opposes the fact that labour brokers are profiting from the recently introduced Employment Tax Incentive.

The Union is speaking out about this after recent reports in the local newspapers.

The Incentive, formerly known as the Youth Wage Subsidy, does not guarantee newly hired young workers a job after the tax rebate expires, which is seen as exploitation by COSATU.

COSATU Spokesperson Patrick Craven said it is very bad to note that young people start at work on a price and this is like selling them

Craven also said the union has been fighting for a total ban of labour brokers because they exploit work and now they are even more exploited.



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