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UIF Validate e-Compliance Certificate : uifcompliance.labour.gov.za

Organization : South African Department of Labour (www.labour.gov.za)
Facility Name : Validate e-Compliance Certificate
Applicable For : All Employers
Website : https://uifcompliance.labour.gov.za/acc/validatecertificate

Validate e-Compliance Certificate

Kindly follow the below steps to Validate e-Compliance Certificate.

Steps to Proceed

Step 1 : Visit the official website through provided above
Step 2 : Enter Your Certificate Number
Step 3 : Enter Your Issue Date
Step 4 : Enter Your Trade Name
Step 5 : Enter Your UIF Reference /CK Number
Step 6 : Finally click on “validate” button to validate your certificate.

e-Compliance Rejection Reason

Rejection CodeDescription
R504Outstanding contributions!!
R106Employer contribution Gaps
R101Employer has more than 11 months (pre 2019) or 1 month (post 2019) of continuous declaration gap
R102There must be a single declaration in every 12 months period for each employee
R103Not even a single declaration since commencement of the employer
R107Employee has no declaration in employment start month, If the outstanding declaration gap under this code is a date before April 2002, please submit declarations only from April 2002.
R503Zero payments!!
R502The first declaration period is not the same as the Employee start date.
R501Outstanding Declarations
R104There is no declaration in the commencement month of the employer
R105Employees have declaration gap of more than 11 months
R502The first declaration period is not the same as the Employee start date.
R501Outstanding Declarations
R104There is no declaration in the commencement month of the employer
R105Employees have declaration gap of more than 11 months

FAQs

1. What if one of my employees is not on either of these reports?
This employee was not loaded. Please load them manually rather than using the CSV upload as there are less likely to be mistakes made.

2. I have received payment but am not sure how much to pay each employee?
Check the successful payment report where the payment is broken down by employee

3. I did not get paid as much as I was expecting?
The benefit an employee can receive under this scheme will be capped to a maximum amount of R6,730.56 per month per employee.

The maximum salary taken into account incalculating the benefits will be R17,712 per month and the employee will be paid in terms of the income replacement sliding scale (38%-60%) as provided for in the unemployment act.

4. I need to add more people to my claim?
You are able to add in new people to your claim:
** Login to the Covid-19 TERS Portal
** Select – “Employee Details”
** Click the orange Add new employee button

If you are adding employees you will need to do this one-by-one rather than with the CSV

5. Can I pay outstanding penalties and interest on uFiling?
No, uFiling does not allow for the payment of penalties and Interest. Please contact the UIF directly to obtain the correct amounts for penalties and Interest.

The UIF will then provide you with the correct reference numbers and account number to use when paying penalties and Interest.

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