UIF for domestic workers

    If you have a domestic worker or gardener that works more than 24 hours a month, you have to deduct UIF from their salary. As the employer, you also have to make a contribution of 1% of the worker’s salary towards UIF. A monthly return then has to be submitted to the department of labour indicating the contributions. Many people think that they are doing their employees a favour by not deducting UIF. But all employees go to the department of labour to claim this once they stop working. Then the employer is left in a situation where they have to pay both the employee and employer contribution from the…

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