The Main Agreement is a collective agreement between the employer organisations and trade unions that constitute the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council. This agreement provides comprehensive conditions of employment for some scheduled workers including workers supplied by labour brokers employed at over 10 companies in the industry. The terms and conditions of employment in the Main Agreement are derived from the mandated and negotiated positions of the employer organisations, trade unions and their respective members. When the agreement is published in the Government Gazette, it becomes legally binding on all employers engaged in the industry and those employees who fall under the scope of the Main Agreement.
|Published (Last):||10 September 2013|
|PDF File Size:||2.13 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||5.67 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Original and first directive issued on 25 March Second directive issued on 6 April Third directive issued on 16 April Annexure B Payroll Information Template.
Please click this link to view July - June Please click this link for the circular Please click this link for the July to June wage table Industry Circular No. Circular No. A four year Settlement Agreement for the period of 01 July to June was signed by the following Associations :.
Pease click this link for the pension fund agreement Please click this link for the provident fun agreement. The Council is pleased to advise that the parties to the Lift Engineering Agreementhave concluded a one year Settlement Agreement for the period 1 July to 30June As you are aware the Plastic Industry is not covered by the Main Agreement Please note that the Industry Wage Negotiations has come to a deadlock, some Trade unionshave indicated their willingness to continue engaging employers around this deadlock andNUMSA has requested a certificate Working together with your local healthcareproviders helps your injured workers An accident happens in an instant - and when ithappens at work, you should know where to sendyour employees for treatment The Industry Wage Negotiations for commenced on the 7 June and proceeded on the 8 and I refer to my circular of the 11 July 16 attached in respect of the matter above and accordingly confirm the following: On or about 10 March the Honourable Justice The above mentioned subject matter is the reference.
It has been brought to my attention by our legal department, that MEIBC General Secretary has never been required to sign parties agreements This is not much different from asking the Court to liquidate the Council. What makes As a valued stakeholder and partner of RMA, we are pleased to update you on our progress since our last interaction with you following the transfer of Class XIII from However between the 19 - MEIBC EXCO is joining the peace loving and non racial society of our country who condemn racist behaviour demonstrated by the Middleburg suspects who attempted to lock a men inside We enclose a guide schedule relating to the above.
The schedule will This is due to the fact that this year workers in the country This agreement It is a well-known fact that some of MEIBC parties campaign is to discredit and rubbishall agreements concluded at the Bargaining Council, if those agreements are to beextended to non-parties The MEIBC is hereby requesting that the industry collectively notify their membersthat they should stop deducting Collective Bargaining Levy CBL from theiremployees and if they have been paying this levy, I agree the MEIBC is in dire financial difficulty but it is interesting that Mr Papenfus is not indicating that the Council finds itself in this position mainly because of Purpose: The purpose of this circular is to inform the industry on the reinstatement of the Centrefor Dispute Resolution CDR services effective from 01 June A levy increase of 6.
These CDRs administer all disputes that arise on site in terms of the partnership agreement and the The MEIBC is a significant labour market institution, and the largest bargaining council in the private sector. It covers over employees and over 10 Employers. Below are the main provisions regarding annual shutdown and the calculation of leave pay and leave enhancement pay — also referred to as leave bonus or annual bonus: Please click this This popular pocket-sized publication has now been updated and re-published.
The Agreements appear in the same format as they have been gazette in the Government Gazette. The publication includes: Main Agreement Registration and Administration These discussions have resulted in a The Minister of Labour has renewed the period of operation of this agreement for the period ending 30 June to co-incide with the period of CCMA accreditation.
The Agreement has Kindly be advised that the Minister of Labour has renewed the Registration and Administration ExpensesAgreement which provides for the payment of Council levies.
The Agreement has been published underNotice R. The council is pleased to advise that the parties to the Lift Engineering Agreement has concluded a one year settlement Agreement for period 1 July to 30 June Metal And Engineering Bargaining Council has in terms of section of the labor relation act, , been accredited to perform dispute resolution functions subject to the terms attached.
Please click Wage increases effective from 1 July have been finalised in accordance with thewage model agreed with the trade unions in The increases range from 7. The office of the General Secretary of the Council has been inundated with queries regarding thejurisdiction of the Centre for Dispute Resolution CDR to preside over disputes that have beenreferred The Government Gazettes, Nos.
The judgement sets aside the Ministers 12 April extension of the Main Agreement The MEIBC from has lost a number of employees as a consequence of some taking on new work; others due to retirement and others sadly have passed away.
Please click this link for calculation of leave pay and leave enhancement pay I refer to your letter dated 12 August I see no purpose in responding in detail to the allegations contained in your letter. This is given that your letter appears The parties met for negotiations The meeting of the 30th May was attended by two trade unions i. We wish to confirm that as the result of the Plastic negotiations between PCASA and some unions in our industry, the plastics sector remains covered by the Registered Scope of The parties to the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council MEIBC will commence the Industry negotiations on wages and other conditions of employment in the metal and engineering industries.
The Council is currently making preparations for the facilitation of negotiations between the Read more. Any expressions used herein which are defined in the Labour Relations Act, No. For further information please We hope General Info. Regional Contacts. Contact Forms. Partners Parties. Publication of the Pension and Provident… Hits Industry News meibc Pease click this link for the pension fund agreement Please click this link for the provident fun agreement Read more.
The Council is pleased to advise that th… Hits Industry News meibc The Council is pleased to advise that the parties to the Lift Engineering Agreementhave concluded a one year Settlement Agreement for the period 1 July to 30June Read more.
RMA second quarter newsletter for Hits Industry News meibc Working together with your local healthcareproviders helps your injured workers An accident happens in an instant - and when ithappens at work, you should know where to sendyour employees for treatment Wage Increases For The Period 1 July … Hits Industry News meibc Wage increases effective from 1 July have been finalised in accordance with thewage model agreed with the trade unions in Proposed changes to employment laws Hits Industry News 13 Jan Proposed amendments to the labour and employment laws have been published by the Department of Labour and comments are invited.
Inputs for wage negotiations Hits Industry News 13 Jan The metal and engineering landmark multi-year industry wage settlement agreement will expire in June
Gazettal of Metals and Engineering Industries Main Agreement Mettles Along
Note: Search is limited to the most recent articles. To access earlier articles, click Advanced Search and set an earlier date range. Please enter the email address that you used to register on Polity. Your password will be sent to this address. Other than wage increases, there are no other material concessions arising out of the recently concluded agreement. To this end, wage increases on actual rates of pay, across the board i.
THE MAIN AGREEMENT
The workshop will cover the industry collective bargaining structure and process, wage increases and minimum rates of pay, various types of employment relationships, such as labour brokers, limited duration contract workers, and the A to Z of the conditions of employment for employees covered by the Main Agreement, including:. Providing key Industrial relations consultancy and training services, Michael holds:. He has gained extensive knowledge and experience and daily duties include but are not limited to, advising and training companies on the Main Agreement and labour law, chairing hearings in the areas of disciplinary, incapacity, grievance. Representing various companies in retrenchment consultations and other industrial relations matters such as disputes and industrial action, as well as at the CCMA and the MEIBC Bargaining Council at conciliation and arbitration. SEIFSA also offers the training on an in-house basis which is a more cost effective option for several delegates. Sitemap Web design by Digileads.