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  • SI 2021-286 Collective Bargaining Agreement: Mining Industry

    The National Employment Council for the Mining Industry have today, 28th September, 2021, reached an agreement to raise the NEC minimum rates/earnings for the Mining Industry by 24.48979529%. 1. Rates of pay The principal agreement Statutory Instrument 152 of 1990, is amended by the deletion of Clause 1 (a) and 1 (b) of Schedule E and the ...

  • SI 2021-285 Collective Bargaining Agreement: Mining Industry

    have today, 19th May, 2021, reached an agreement to raise the NEC minimum rates/earnings for the Mining Industry by 11.3636%. 1. Rates of pay The principal agreement, Statutory Instrument 152 of 1990, is amended by the deletion of Clause 1 (a) and 1 (b) of Schedule E and the substitution of: 1. (a) Subject to the provisions of paragraph.

  • Minerals Council South Africa - Mining Industry ...

    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 ...

  • ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE BARGAINING COUNCIL ...

    collective bargaining (in the Mining and Automotive industries). A bargaining council presupposes acceptable levels of organisation among employer associations and labour unions. An examination of the operations and effectiveness of the exemption mechanisms in bargaining councils is central

  • Metal and Engineering INDUSTRIES Bargaining Council

    01-07-2019 · The council is an industry based forum of organised business and labour that regulates employment conditions and labour relations in the metal and engineering industry. It provides the necessary, administrative infrastructure and technical expertise to ensure effective collective bargaining, industry compliance, dispute resolution and social protection services.

  • Bargaining councils | Labour Guide

    65 行 · 31-05-2017 · 1. private sector bargaining councils. 2. local government and

  • Home - Minerals Council South Africa

    13-12-2021 · mining industry recommits to health and safety as well as to urgently focus on actions to address the loss of life of mine employees Stakeholders who attended MineSafe 2021 on 25 November have re-committed themselves to working towards the elimination of fatalities, injuries, and occupational diseases on South Africa’s mines in pursuit of Zero Harm to ensure

  • List of registered bargaining councils in South Africa as ...

    20-08-2015 · 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. LR2/6/3/422 Registered on 13/02/2001 AD Finem: Construction, Engineering and Allied Employers Organization The Secretary Tel:...

  • Mineworkers want protection from future BCL-style ...

    10-12-2021 · Mineworkers want protection from future BCL-style collapses. Eleven former BCL Mineworkers committed suicide in the years since its closure in 2016 and about 19 suffered civil imprisonment for ...

  • Load-haul contractors: Bargaining Council a must!

    08-04-2021 · Load-haul contractors: Bargaining Council a must! Hard times in the economy have led many companies with loading and hauling capability to offer their services to open cast mines as contractors; this trend has created a niche

  • ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE BARGAINING COUNCIL ...

    collective bargaining (in the Mining and Automotive industries). A bargaining council presupposes acceptable levels of organisation among employer associations and labour unions. An examination of the operations and effectiveness of the exemption mechanisms in bargaining councils is central

  • Metal and Engineering INDUSTRIES Bargaining Council

    01-07-2019 · The council is an industry based forum of organised business and labour that regulates employment conditions and labour relations in the metal and engineering industry. It provides the necessary, administrative infrastructure and technical expertise to ensure effective collective bargaining, industry compliance, dispute resolution and social protection services.

  • THE LABOUR COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA Reportable INTASOL ...

    between them. These include the fact that when the bargaining council sought to be registered, what was then the Chamber of Mines gave notice of its objection on the basis that the definition of ‘civil engineering industry’ was too broad and general, and that it covered activities that fell within the scope of the mining industry.

  • Bargaining councils – what is it and how does it work ...

    A bargaining council is a body that is established by one or more employers’ organisations and one or more trade unions. It must be registered under the Labour Relations Act for a particular industry. This means that there are restrictions on what kind of dispute specific bargaining councils may hear.

  • Reviewing our approach to industrial relations

    It is envisaged that the Chamber of Mines would act as the employer bargaining agent in the proposed bargaining council. “In our preliminary discussions with organised labour it emerged that a major reason for labour initiating this endeavour is the concern about conditions of employment of contractors in the mining industry,” says Bardin.

  • The NUM/AMCU Cold War moves to bargaining councils

    Unlike other industries, there is no sector-wide bargaining council in the platinum mines. Negotiations happen at operational level, and are haphazard and scattered.

  • Statutory Instrument 14 of 2016. [CAP. 24:09 Collective ...

    to the National Employment Council for the Mining Industry. The provisions of this agreement shall replace the whole of the provisions set out in Statutory Instrument 771 of 1982 (Industrial Agreement: Mining Industry (Pension Fund)), Statutory Instrument 77 of 1990 (Collective Bargaining Agreement: Mining Industry (Pension Fund),

  • NATIONAL BARGAINING COUNCIL FOR THE ROAD FREIGHT INDUSTRY

    NATIONAL BARGAINING COUNCIL FOR THE ROAD FREIGHT INDUSTRY . In the arbitration between: S.A. Dlamini Applicant . and . Carlbank Mining Contracts (Pty) Ltd. Respondent . ARBITRATION AWARD . Case Number: D1578/JHB/9295/05 . Date/s of arbitration: 23 October 2007 . Date of award: 31 December 2007

  • Mfibc.org.za

    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 ...

  • ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE BARGAINING COUNCIL ...

    collective bargaining (in the Mining and Automotive industries). A bargaining council presupposes acceptable levels of organisation among employer associations and labour unions. An examination of the operations and effectiveness of the exemption mechanisms in bargaining councils is central

  • Bargaining Council claims are patently false - Innovative ...

    Bargaining Council claims are patently false. 17 November, 2021: Innovative Solutions Group (ISG) is aware of the defamatory media statement released by the National Bargaining Council for Road and Freight Logistics Industries (NBCRFLI), and can confirm that its allegations are patently false, says ISG Chief Executive Officer Arnoux Maré.

  • IMPACT OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN MINING INDUSTRY IN ...

    1.2 Mining Industry Overview Mining Industry in Odisha is geographically located in remote places and it is labour intensive industry; even with certain improved mechanisation. The capacities of collective bargaining of the employees are limited. The phenomenon is as old which dates thback to early phase of 20 Century.

  • 2017 - Mining Industry Association of Southern Africa

    Mining Industry Association of Southern Africa: biennial elective meeting. The Mining Industry Association of Southern Africa, an association of chambers of mines in the SADC region, held its biennial elective meeting on 25 August 2017. Read article on Mining Review.

  • The NUM/AMCU Cold War moves to bargaining councils

    Unlike other industries, there is no sector-wide bargaining council in the platinum mines. Negotiations happen at operational level, and are haphazard and scattered.

  • National Bargaining Council for the Chemical Industry

    Resolve disputes between employer and trade unions admitted to Council; and its employees for the Chemical Industry. Prevent and resolve disputes. Negotiate collective agreements on matters of mutual interest. Implement, monitor and enforce its collective agreements.

  • Is Porter's Five Forces Framework Still Relevant? A study ...

    Introduction In 1979, Michael E. Porter published a seminal framework about competitive forces, the five forces framework, which quickly became the definitive tool to identify forces driving industry competition (Porter, 1979). The five forces - threat of new entrants, bargaining power of buyers, bargaining power of suppliers, threat of substitute products or services, and

  • STAATSKOERANT, 14 SEPTEMBER 2018 No. 41904 21

    Bargaining Council for the Civil Engineering Industry This gazette is also available free online at gpwonline.co.a STAATSKOERANT, 14 SEPTEMBER 2018 No. 41904 23

  • Mfibc.org.za

    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 ...

  • GIDEON DU PLESSIS: Pay rulings and unresolved labour ...

    12-12-2021 · Though the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC) will not be saddled with negotiations in 2022, this prominent bargaining council finds itself in a struggle for survival as a ...