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National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight Industry National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight Industry and Aoother v Carlbank Mining Contracts (Pty) Ltd and Another (JA 52/10)  ZALAC 11;  11 BLLR
2013-04-09· The tension between the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) may have subsided of late, but
1. private sector bargaining councils. 2. local government and government bargaining councils. 3. statutory councils 1 registered private sector bargaining councils (per industry/ sector) in south africa as on 31 may 2017
The parties to the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC) will commence the 2014 Industry negotiations on wages and other conditions of employment in the metal and engineering industries. Pre-Bargaining...
The Minerals Council seeks to create, in partnership with key stakeholders, a conducive policy, legislative and operating environment that facilitates doubling real investment in mining by 2030. This is an industry strategy, and the Minerals Council is a respected mining advocacy organisation that works through trust-based, problem-solving
list of registered employers’ organizations in south africa as for march 2018 alphabetical list no registration number name of employers’ organisation and contact details 1.
2013-04-09· The tension between the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) may have subsided of late, but the two unions are locked in a battle for the
South Africa could have a new bargaining regime for its gold- and coal-mining sector by as early as 2007. Following the last round of wage negotiations in 2003, the Chamber of Mines and the
bargaining power of suppliers in mining industry. Apple and Industry Forces Bargaining power of suppliers and buyers. Apple’s financial success hinges in part on its differentiated products. As important is the
Is there still a place for collective bargaining in SA’s mining sector? Obscure and confusing rules are leading to strange outcomes. Nastassia Arendse / 9 October 2015 12:27
Fading confidence in collective bargaining could Mining Weekly. Apr 18, 2013 Fading confidence in collective bargaining could lead to job cuts, warns law firm the extension of bargaining council agreements to nonparties impinged on Zimbabwe to cut royalty fees levied on small gold mines finmin. More details » Get Price
Labour Relations Act: National Bargaining Council for the Clothing Manufacturing Industry: Extension of collective agreement to non-parties
The Motor Ferry Industry Bargaining Council of South Africa (“MFIBC”) was registered with the Department of Labour on 28 May 2003 under reference LR 2/6/6/152 to cater for the niche industry of motor ferry. Since then the constitution of the MFIBC has been amended on a few occasions and further amendments are currently being considered by
The Mine Health and Safety Council is a national public entity (Schedule 3A) established in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act, No 29 of 1996, as amended. The entity comprises a tripartite board represented by State, Employer, and Labour members under chairmanship of the Chief Inspector of Mines. The MHSC is funded by public revenue and is
list of registered private sector bargaining councils (per industry/ sector) in south africa for august 2014
bargaining councils; the manager of a bargaining council medical scheme; and representatives of the Life Officers Association, as people knowledgeable about the retirement insurance industry. The bargaining councils selected for follow-up interviews with their secretaries included two
 The first respondent, Carlbank Mining Contracts (Pty) Ltd (“Carlbank”), falls within the registered scope of the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight Industry, the first appellant (“the NBC”), and conducts a labour broking business in the road freight industry. It employs and
In a demarcation dispute between the Applicant, the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council and the Third Respondent, PICM Randfontein (Pty) Ltd (“the Company”), referred to Arbitration under the auspices of the First Respondent, the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (“CCMA”), the Second Respondent, the
iii) Government will facilitate a process to establish a Bargaining Council for the mining industry. iv) Government will review the current restriction of Sunday work. It will be guided in this regard by the findings of the Labour Market Commission, the result of negotiations between employers and trade unions, and the outcome of discussions
i LABOUR AND WORK CONDITIONS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY; STATUS AND RECOMMENDATIONS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Productivity has been deteriorating on construction sites due to labour unrest, leading to a negative impact on the cost and quality of construction as well as the livelihood and morale of workers.
CCMA TO HOST NATIONAL USER FORUM ON MINING. The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) mission is to promote social justice through advancing good practices at the workplace and transforming workplace relations in order to enhance the labour market to ensure stability and economic growth.
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