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Your employer is legally obliged to assist you. If they don't, you can report them to the labour department.
Your first step should be to establish from the compensation company how they decided on the amount
If complaints are reported to the labour department, it is required to investigate and see that the law is followed.
It's legal to smoke at home, but employers are allowed to regulate possession and use of dagga by employees.
Each time you claim benefits, the UIF cycle stops and then starts again when you return to work and resume paying UIF contributions.
Workers only receive outstanding payments once all secured creditors of the airline have been paid. This usually takes about 6 to 24 months.
You can apply for SASSA Temporary Disability Grant while you wait for the outcome of the tribunal.
The pension comes to an end when you turn 22, so you should call the GEPF to ask why it stopped early.
You should report this to UIF and ask them to intervene, as you cannot claim your UIF benefits until your employer sends the documents.
Perhaps you can ask SASBO the Finance Union as it is known, for advice. You should ask the HR department to assist you to check if there are any errors. It is HR’s job to assist employees in that way.