You will recall that during last year`s industrial negotiations, the parties to the National Bargaining Council reached a two-year agreement that came into force on September 1, 2014 and would run until August 31, 2016. With regard to the total cost of labour, it was agreed… The Industrial Relations Act (LRA) provides for the creation of negotiating councils for each of the most important sectors in South Africa. Bargaining councils are made up of representatives of major unions and employer groups in each sector, whose main objective is to reach consensus on the conditions of their specific sectors. The terms agreed by the councils are contained in a collective or principal contract. The main agreement allows each sector to develop appropriate conditions for this sector, through a consensus between work and employers. This circular summarizes the outcome of the industrial negotiations. The parties to the National Bargaining Council have reached an agreement that will come into force from September 1, 2016 to August 31, 2018 and… The LRA contains certain guidelines and provisions for the establishment of a bargaining council. Unions and employers on the Council should represent the majority of workers and employers in this sector.
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