We can assist you with your application for UIF and will need to following:
Copy of your ID
Copy of the registration documents in case of a company
Banking details of the company
Address of the company
Summary of salaries, paid, and names, surnames , ID copies and addresses for these employees
Proof of payment
Once we have all the documents we will start with the application process, we will send you some forms to sign and once we receive it back we will send it to the Unemployment Fund, we will keep you up to date on the progress.
Take note that these are government departments and it is not possible to give an estimate of how long it will take.
Register for UIF
Uif stands for Unemployment Insurance Fund and is there to give relive to workers when they become unemployed or are unable to work due to maternity leave or illness.
An employer is responsible for registration as soon as someone works more than 24 hours per month.
The amount dueby the employee is 1% of his total salary, with a maximum of R148.72 per month, and the employers also then contributes 1% to the fund, so the total monthly contribution is the 2% of the salaries.
Once an employee becomes unemployed then they can go to their closest UIF office to claim their allowable benefits from the fund.