Results for: "Cosatu" - "Dishonest" in "Uitenhage, South Africa"

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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

8 Chase St

Chase St

Uitenhage

6230

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-33.768862

25.401091

COSATU

Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) is the biggest of the country’s main labour federations. It has millions of members that affiliate with it. The majority of workers are in the mining and quarrying sector, followed by the public sector in community, social and personal services, and electricity, gas and water supply. In addition it is the most disciplined trade union that plays an influential role in determining labour market and industrial relation policies in the country.

There are also other prominent trade union federations that operate along side with COSATU in the different sectors of the economy. These include the Chemical Union, Energy Union, National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), Paper Union, Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU), South African Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers' Union (SACCAWU), South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU), South African Defence Union, and Wood Union. They form body co-operate negotiation forums as well as embark on joint venture campaigns, including demonstrations against amendments to the Labour Relations Act. The fruits of their negotiations include agreements on union recognition, conditions of service, workplace restructuring and retrenchments, unfair labour and wage practices as well as full representation in wage negotiations.

All workers and active job seekers who need trade union services should contact labour movements found in Yellow pages. They ensure that workers rights are recognised in the employment sector as well as legally protect workers against discrimination by employers for being union members. They are recognised in the constitution that provides for the right to join trade unions, and for unions to collectively bargain and strike. They also have the mandate to redress workplace matters through mediation, conciliation and arbitration. They are also necessary for effective collective bargaining as a way of regulating industrial relations and determining workers’ wages and benefits. Their membership fees are minimal and affordable.

For more information on COSATU and other trade union services visit Yellow pages website at www.yellowpages.co.za

COSATU

Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) is the biggest of the country’s main labour federations. It has millions of members that affiliate with it. The majority of workers are in the mining and quarrying sector, followed by the public sector in community, social and personal services, and electricity, gas and water supply. In addition it is the most disciplined trade union that plays an influential role in determining labour market and industrial relation policies in the country.

There are also other prominent trade union federations that operate along side with COSATU in the different sectors of the economy. These include the Chemical Union, Energy Union, National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), Paper Union, Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU), South African Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers' Union (SACCAWU), South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU), South African Defence Union, and Wood Union. They form body co-operate negotiation forums as well as embark on joint venture campaigns, including demonstrations against amendments to the Labour Relations Act. The fruits of their negotiations include agreements on union recognition, conditions of service, workplace restructuring and retrenchments, unfair labour and wage practices as well as full representation in wage negotiations.

All workers and active job seekers who need trade union services should contact labour movements found in Yellow pages. They ensure that workers rights are recognised in the employment sector as well as legally protect workers against discrimination by employers for being union members. They are recognised in the constitution that provides for the right to join trade unions, and for unions to collectively bargain and strike. They also have the mandate to redress workplace matters through mediation, conciliation and arbitration. They are also necessary for effective collective bargaining as a way of regulating industrial relations and determining workers’ wages and benefits. Their membership fees are minimal and affordable.

For more information on COSATU and other trade union services visit Yellow pages website at www.yellowpages.co.za

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