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    NUMSA Remittance

    Good afternoon everyone.

    Has anyone here had their employees join Numsa?
    I have set up payroll for the deduction of Numsa subscription fee i.e. 1% of salaries, but how does one actually go about remitting the said fee?

    I would highly appreciate your response.

    Thanks

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    Is this via a bargaining council, or has NUMSA established representivity rights directly with the company?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post
    Is this via a bargaining council, or has NUMSA established representivity rights directly with the company?
    Hi Dave, Numsa has established the rights directly with the company.

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    Assuming it hasn't got all the way to a closed shop level -
    Make sure the employees that are members have signed a deduction instruction.
    No deduction instruction, no deduction.

    Ask NUMSA for written instruction as to where they want payment made, and where to send your remittance information.
    Hopefully you're using a payroll package that will produce a report detailing the list of employees and amounts for each being paid over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post
    Assuming it hasn't got all the way to a closed shop level -
    Make sure the employees that are members have signed a deduction instruction.
    No deduction instruction, no deduction.

    Ask NUMSA for written instruction as to where they want payment made, and where to send your remittance information.
    Hopefully you're using a payroll package that will produce a report detailing the list of employees and amounts for each being paid over.
    Thank you so much for the response.

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