The broad functions or purpose of the Council are to conclude collective agreements for the local government sector and enforce such collective agreements and to provide a dispute resolution function for the local government sector. This bargaining council is a registered government bargaining council. The SALGBC is established voluntarily in terms of the Labour Relations Act, by agreement between the employer organization (SALGA) and trade unions parties (IMATU and SAMWU). This agreement is contained in the Council’s Constitution (a collective agreement), which is the fundamental governing instrument that regulates the relationship between the employer organization and the trade union parties, to be read in conjunction with the Labour Relations Act.Continue reading →
The Building Industry Bargaining Council (North and West Boland) is responsible for regulating and monitoring employment conditions in the building industry in the North and West Boland areas.Continue reading →
The Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) aims to provide comprehensive information regarding the PSCBC as a co-ordinating bargaining council and its functions.
This bargaining council is a registered government bargaining council.
The primary function of the Bargaining Council for the Food Retail, Restaurant, Catering & Allied Trades is to regulate relations between Management and Labour and to settle disputes between parties. We are registered by the Department of Labour in terms of section 29 of the LRA and are accredited by the CCMA for Arbitrations and Conciliations. In terms of section 28 parties to the council conclude collective agreements and the council enforces the agreement to prevent and resolve labour disputes.
At the request of the council ‘designated agents’ are appointed by the Minister to help enforce our collective agreement. Our agreement is extended to non-parties.
The registered scope of the National Textile Bargaining Council as detailed in its Constitution consists of the following sub-sectors/ sections:
Woven Crochet and Knitted Narrow Fabric Sub-sector
Manufactured Fibres Sub-sector
Wool and Mohair Section
Woven Cotton Textile Products Sub-sector
Non Woven Textiles Sub-sector
Home Textiles Section
It is compulsory for all employers who fall within the Registered scope of the Council, to register with the Council and abide by the terms and conditions of the Main Collective Agreement as gazetted.
The National Bargaining Council for the Wood and Paper Sector is responsible for regulating and monitoring employment conditions in the national Wood and Paper Sector.Continue reading →
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The Council is governed by the Labour Relations Act of 1995, which allows for employer and employee organisations to establish a bargaining council for an industry and area. Through collective bargaining, trade unions and employer organisations, which are party to the Council, they are able to negotiate matters that are of mutual interest to the Road Freight and Logistics Industry. This approach allows for better regulation of matters which affect the Industry as a whole, thereby enforcing minimum standards and conditions of employment within the Road Freight and Logistics Industry, which ultimately contributes to labour stability. The Council also supports its members through managing the Industry’s annual leave, sick leave, holiday bonus funds, and by providing health and wellness as well as dispute resolution management services.Continue reading →
The National Bargaining Council for the Chemical Industry (NBCCI) is based in Johannesburg, South Africa and serves the Chemical sector nationally. The NBCCI draws its authority from various labour legislations of South Africa viz. Labour Relations Act of 1995, Basic Conditions of Employment Act and its Constitution. The primary aim of the NBCCI is to enhance labour peace within Chemical Industry. This is achieved through processes of dispute prevention and dispute resolution.Continue reading →
The National Bargaining Council for the Electrical Industry (NBCEI) is a statutory body created under the Labour Relations Act (LRA) 66 of 1995 to provide for the co-regulation of stable and productive employment relations in the electrical industry.Continue reading →