Presentation to the Select Committee on Labour & Public Enterprises 04 November 2009 Annual Report: 2008/09 Overall Responsibility Director General: Jimmy Manyi
Programmes / Branches of the DoL 2 • Programme 1: Administration • Communication • Financial Management • Human Resources Management • Information Technology • Internal Audit • Risk Management • Security Services • Programme 2: Service Delivery (SD) • Programme 3: Employment and Skills Development Services / • Human Resources Development (ESDS) • Programme 4: Labour Policy and Labour Market Programmes (LP & LMP) • Programme 5: Social Insurance • Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) • Compensation Fund (CF)
DoL KEY RESULT AREAS 3 • The Ministerial Programme of Action (2004 – 2009) consists of the following • Strategic Objectives or Key Result Areas (KRA’s): • KRA 1: Contribution to Employment Creation • KRA 2: Enhancing Skills Development • KRA 3: Promote Equity in the Labour Market • KRA 4: Protecting Vulnerable Workers • KRA 5: Strengthening Multilateral and Bilateral Relations • KRA 6: Strengthening Social Protection • KRA 7: Promoting Sound Labour Relations • KRA 8: Strengthening the Capacity of Labour Market Institutions • KRA 9: Monitoring the Impact of Legislation • KRA 10: Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Department
Programme 1: Administration 5 • Purpose: Provide for the overall management of the department and for strategic support and advisory services. • Measurable Objectives: • Communication creates awareness about available services in DoL. • Financial Management, Enhance Assets and office administration and supply chain management. • Human Resources Management ensures effective and efficient utilisation of human capital and renders legal services to the department. • Information Technology through the PPP with Siemens caters for the full spectrum of IT needs and requirements of the DoL.
Programme 1: Administration 6 • Purpose: Provide for the overall management of the department and for strategic support and advisory services. • Measurable Objectives: (Continued) • Internal Audit provides management and the Audit committee with independent objective assurance that improves effectiveness of governance, risk management and control processes • Risk Management pro-actively manages / addresses risks that have a negative impact on the DoL’ s performance • Security Services renders security support aimed at protecting DoL information, staff and assets
Programme 1: Administration 7 • Sub-Programme: Communication • Progress • Stakeholder Relations:Through exhibitions showcased services of DoL in various provinces. • Marketing and advertising:20 Marketing & advertising campaigns implemented on: - Worker rights & Human rights, - EE Reporting, - Occupational Health & Safety, - Learnerships for matriculants and unemployed graduates, - Domestic Workers Sectoral Determinations, - Wage increase awareness. • Media Liaison: Profiled the DoL in the electronic & print media through media statements, press conferences & interviews for the Executive & Senior Managers.
Programme 1: Administration 8 • Sub-Programme: Human Resources Management • Progress • HR Plan for 2006 – 2009 is in place. • Training & Development: Senior Managers (SMS) participated in Training & Development Programme. • Performance Management: Increased compliance at all levels (SR 1 - 16). • 3 Pillars ofEmployee Health & Wellness implemented: - HIV/AIDS / TB Management : Promoted Voluntary Counselling & Testing, - Disease Management, - Health and Productivity Management. • Employment Equity: Implementation of EE Plan monitored monthly.
Programme 1: Administration 9 • Sub-Programme: Office of the CFO • Directorate: Financial Management • Progress • Held regular audit matters forums to monitor & reduce the level of audit queries for DoL, NSF & Sheltered Employment Factories, INDLELA, CF & UIF. • Annual financial statements prepared according to prescripts. • Budget Advisory Committee provided support to spending units of DoL on Financial Management & Control – Spending was within budget.
Programme 1: Administration 10 • Sub-Programme: Office of the CFO • Directorate: Financial Liaison – Public Entities • Progress • Implemented enhancements to the Annual Financial Statements for better compliance. • Facilitate submission and analysis of quarterly financial reports. • Identified performance gaps and generated reports for early warnings. • Analysis and capturing of budget information for all SETA’s. • Follow up and support of all critical and struggling Public Entities – Guidance & Feedback. • Capacity building, training and skills transfer to Public Entity Personnel.
Programme 1: Administration 11 • Sub-Programme: Office of the CFO • Directorate: Office Administration and Supply Chain Management • Progress • Managed office accommodation and Repair Maintenance Program on State owned building through Public Works. - 9 contracts completed and 4 to be complete in 2010. - Contracts for 12 Sheltered Employment Factories completed. - Bid Process for the HQ Building finalised – work start in 2009. • Document security & archival storage facility improved. • A sub-directorate for Asset Management established – with major asset registers in place for all provinces and Head Office. • Asset registers for IT PPP with Siemens were developed.
Programme 1: Administration 12 • Sub-Programme: Office of the CIO • Information Technology • Progress • Policies developed to cover key areas in the IT environment: - Information Systems Security - Network and User Security • An IT disaster recovery plan was approved. • Business Applications deployed: - Additional functionality & enhancements to current legacy systems at CF. - Additions and enhancements to the EE system. - ESSA rolled out to all Labour Centres and enhancements made for stability & data integrity. - Financial Management Systems for the UIF, CF & NSF initiated. • Operations: Service Delivery for remote areas enabled by providing IT Service to 20 Mobile Labour Centres.
Programme 1: Administration 13 • Directorate: Internal Audit • Progress • 57 audits scheduled for DoL, NSF & Sheltered Employment Factories – 51 complete, 15 could not be performed due to lack of resources. • 42 final audit reports issued. • The audit committee of the departments functions optimally & meets regularly. • A risk management Unit introduced and a risk management plan developed to be managed by senior management.
Programme 1: Administration 14 • Directorate: Security Services • Progress • Electronic Security system implemented in high risk KZN. • Several security appraisals and assessments implemented in key provincial offices & labour centres. • Bid to improve CF security at advanced stage. • Contract security procured for various provincial offices & labour centres. • Cases of IT equipment losses reduced by 75% with the introduction of investigations on security breaches & theft of IT equipment. • Officials are paying back the dept the rand value of equipment losses.
Programme 2: Service Delivery16 • PROGRAMME PURPOSE: Ensure implementation of and compliance with department of labour policies and programmes through monitoring, • evaluation and inspections • ENE 2008/09-2010/11 • Measurable Objectives: • Increase percentage of registered work-seekers placed in registered employment opportunities to 70% by 2010/11 • Assess and refer 10% of work-seekers to identified critical and scarce skills development programmes by 2010/11 • Ensure training of 90 000 unemployed people: - 70% placed in employment through the NSF and SETA’s - 26% of training is accredited by 2010/11
Programme 2: Service Delivery17 • PROGRAMME PURPOSE: Ensure implementation of and compliance with department of labour policies and programmes through monitoring, • evaluation and inspections • ENE 2008/09-2010/11 • Measurable Objectives: (Continued) • Reduce workplace related injuries, illnesses and deaths by 2% by 2010/11. • Ensure 75% compliance with labour legislation by inspected workplaces 2010/11. • Promulgate the National Occupational Health and Safety legislation and implement Act by March 2010. • A total of 90% UIF claims processed and paid within 5 weeks.
KRA 2: Enhance Skills Development -Training in support of govt. programmes EPWP
KRA 2: Enhance Skills Development -Training in support of govt. programmes in the NODES
KRA 2: Enhance Skills Development -Training in support of govt programmes in the NODES
Programme 3: Employment and Skills Development Services • and • Human Resources Development (ESDS)
Programme 3: Employment and Skills Development 31 Services / Human Resources Development (ESDS) • PROGRAMME PURPOSE: Contribute to employment creation and skills development by promoting and monitoring the achievement of the objectives • of the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) and the • National Human Resource Development Strategy • ENE 2008/09-2010/11 • Measurable Objectives: • Develop the skills of work-seekers by training 90 000 unemployed persons placing 70% in employment for NSF Projects and for SETA’s (Learners in critical skills) • Provide skills development support through National Skills Fund (NSF) and Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) funding to SMMEs, NGOs and co-operatives
Programme 3: Employment and Skills Development 32 Services / Human Resources Development (ESDS) • ENE 2008/09-2010/11 • Measurable Objectives: (Continued) • Provide top-up funding to SETAs, the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and the National Research Foundation to assist 26 000 unemployed learners to enter scarce and critical skills programmes in learnerships, apprenticeships, internships, bursaries and skills programmes • Provide funding through partnerships with Umsobomvu Youth Fund and the Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA) to support 3 000 youth in new venture creation projects • Ensure that 70 % of new ventures are sustainable after completion of the programme through training and mentorship