LMK Human Resource Management Systems
By using the latest technology, LMK Employee Management has created 3 Human Resource platforms designed specifically for business who need to manage their workforce.
LMK Recruitment System
The LMK Recruitment Management System (LMK RMS) is an incredibly user-friendly recruitment management system and has been designed to simplify and automate many of the tasks and processes associated with candidate recruiting and hiring.
LMK Employment Equity Software
An Employment Equity Software solution designed specifically for Organizations that have to comply with the Employment Equity Act, No. 55 of 1988.
It’s as easy as;
Step 01: Complete your Company details
Step 2: Complete your employee details
EEA2 form DONE!
EEA4 form DONE!
EEA10 form DONE!
EEA12 form DONE!
Frontline SHEQ Solutions (Pty) Ltd
LMK Employee Management (Pty) Ltd is proudly associated with Frontline SHEQ (Pty) Ltd.
Frontline SHEQ (Pty) Ltd is a well established Occupational Risk Management Company and have placed themselves as the No. 1 leading Occupational Heath and Safety Software & Training Company in South Africa.
LMK Employee Management is a software company based in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, South Africa. LMK Employee Management was created out of a need within Organisations Human Resource Structures as these HR Structures were not being managed as effectively as they should, which resulted in poor management of staff and unnecessary expenses to which the business owner had to contribute financially. We provide the ideal solution for enterprises looking for an inexpensive way to effectively manage these HR structures and develop their human resources.
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Lie about the reason for termination – or else…. By Judith Griessel, Griessel Consulting Imagine that an employee is legitimately dismissed for misconduct. A few days later a union official calls, requesting the company to change the reason for termination to “retrenchment” on the employee’s certificate of service and UIF form – so that Read more about Lie about the reason for termination – or else….[…]