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Am I entitled to claim UIF if I retire to tide me over until my government pension kicks in?

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Labour Protect

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Only person that have been retrenched / dismissed are allowed to claim UIF. Therefore, if you retire, there should be a pension in place for you, either through yourself or the company.

Call the Deaprtment of Labour and further discuss the matter with them.

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Anonymous

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Employee wrote:

Am I entitled to claim UIF if I retire to tide me over until my government pension kicks in?


 

 



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Labour Protect

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Uif may only be claimed in terms of the following:

unemployment benefits (this only applies to person who were dismissed  whether they were retrenched / dismmissed due to conduct and so forth.)

maternity benefits

illness benefits

adoption benefits

dependent benefits



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Anonymous

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If a company tells you to go on pension with no benifits whatsoever, can you claim UIF?

no



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Labour protect

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As already stated, only employee's who are dismissed or retrenched may claim UIF for unemployment. You would have to prove that you were dismissed in such a case as yours, which would be unlikely.



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Anonymous

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MY HUSBAND WERE FOR 7MONTHS AT HOME SUMMIT HE CLAIM FOR UNEMPLOYMENT PAYMENTS WAS SUPPOSE TO BE P[AID OUT IN TWO WEEKS TIME BUT KNOW HE START TO WORK YODAY ON CONTRACT WILL  WE LOOSE PAYMENT NOW



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Anonymous

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Am I entitled to claim uif when I retire



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Anonymous

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Anonymous wrote:

Am I entitled to claim uif when I retire


 



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

Am I entitled to claim uif when I retire


 


 



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Anonymous

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yes you may go to dept of labour and register like i did

 

 



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Anonymous

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I am still working at age 72, and still at the same employer since 2000 - I am expecting to retire but there is no retirement fund in place for me at all.  Will I be able to claim the once-off on retirement/retrenchment when the date is due?



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My name is Mrs CM Lazenby and I am still working at age 72 and expecting to be retiring sometime next year - will I qualify for a once-off amount on retirement for working in excess of 14 years for the same company we do not have a retirement fund in place at this company at all.  My e-mail address is rina.laz@gds.co.za



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