Revco is a highly professional service provider in the Revenue Enhancement and Debt Collection Industry. Our staff are highly skilled in the services they provide and are drawn from a wide range of professions, including chartered accountants, attorneys, business consultants and systems analysts. Our call center consultants are trained in negotiation skills and telephonic negotiation techniques.
Revco employs 120 permanent staff to service our customers’ needs.
The company is fully BEE compliant and is a certified Level 2 BBBEE contributor. The directors are actively involved in all aspects of the business. Click Here to view Certificate...
Our directors are:
Rob Kokott ( Managing )
Our Employment Equity Policy
As a leading provider of debt management and collection solutions in South Africa, one of REVCO’s strategic objectives is to be an employer of choice. To achieve this we offer a package of development, education and international career opportunities. The diversity of people is seen as an asset whereby people contribute to the growth of our business in various ways.
[x] Ensuring a budget allocation to finance employment equity initiatives;
[x] Ensuring commitment by senior management;
[x] Monitoring the implementation process and liasing with the Department of Labour;
[x] Formulating the operational vision of the Group:
[x] Initiating employment equity audits when required and the drafting of the plan;
[x] Communicating with all non-executive directors, senior management and the EESC on all employment equity initiatives; and
[x] Ensuring the implementation of the employment equity plan takes place.
The Employment Equity Steering Committee is responsible for:
[x] Ensuring that all employees of REVCO have the opportunity to contribute to the attainment of optimal organizational efficiency;
[x] Facilitating upward and downward communication;
[x] Communicating initiatives to employees;
[x] Obtaining feedback and suggestions from employees;
[x] Obtaining feedback from the Directors on the implementation of the plan;
[x] Reporting on progress made on equity initiatives to senior management and the Directors;
[x] Bringing forward issues impending the creation of an organizational culture conducive to development and retention;
[x] Attending meetings and carrying out delegated tasks within the agreed time periods;
[x] Being office roles models; and
[x] Adhering to he principles and the objectives of REVCO’s Employment Equity Policy
Implementation and monitoring
Monitoring and evaluation are critical to ensure that employment equity initiatives are successfully implemented and targets are achieved within the stipulated time frames. The Directors are responsible for implementing the Plan.
The overall responsibility to ensure compliance with the applicable employment equity legislation vests with the Directors of REVCO, who will submit the Consortium Plan and annual reports to the Director-General of the Department of Labour.
* For the full Employment Equity Policy, please contact the REVCO Office.