Bargaining Councils

SALGBC

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... Read More

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National Bargaining Council

National Bargaining Council for Hairdressing, Cosmetology Beauty and Skincare Industry

The South African Labour Relations Act (Act 66 of 1995) (otherwise known as the “LRA”)... Read More

021 425 2153 karen@hcsbc.co.za
www.hcsbc.co.za

CCMA

The advent of the new Labour Relations Act (LRA) has raised expectations about the fundamental change in the nature of South African labour relations and of effective dispute resolution and collective bargaining in particular.

For many observers, the replacement of the Industrial Court by the CCMA signals a shift from a highly adversarial model of relations to one based on... Read More

(021) 469-0111 ctn@ccm.org.co.za
http://www.ccma.org.za/
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