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We make use of payroll software that generates the UI-19 database file, which I then submit monthly to the designated Declarations e-mail address. As a result, I no longer make use of the UI-19 form - I only have the payroll UIF reports.
Ex-employees who attempt to claim their UIF from the Department of Labour always requested a UI-19 form from the company - as instructed by the Department of Labour consultant they went to see. I usually give them a letter stating that the company makes electronic submissions and that they can contact me with queries.
I would like to assist the ex-employees as far as I can, and am unsure if I am handling the situation correctly. Could you please advise what the correct procedure is in this case: hardcopy UI-19 vs database file/payroll reports?
I look forward to your reply.
You need to contact the Department of Labour directly. You may find the contact details of your local office on www.labour.gov.za
For information regarding online declarations please visit. https://www.ufiling.co.za
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