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NBCRFLI Negotiations – Deadlock reached

Dear Industry Employer The negotiations under the auspices of the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry has reached a deadlock. The union parties to the Council have declared a dispute against the employer parties and we have...

Protest Action – Survey

Dear NEASA member Today, the trade unions will be embarking on nationwide protest action against the abuse of women and children. This will necessarily have an impact on some employers across all sectors. In order to assess the level of participation in the protest...

Protest Action – 1 August 2018

Dear NEASA member It has come to our attention that some members received requests from unions to release employees in order to partake in protest action on 1 August 2018. This protest action has not been approved by NEDLAC in terms of the Labour Relations Act and...

NEASA 24/7 Hotline

NEASA LABOUR ADVISOR ON CALL Operated by qualified labour experts, the NEASA Hotline is available to answer any questions NEASA members might have about labour law and labour related issues. NEASA members may call the hotline 24/7 or e-mail to legalhotline@neasa.co.za...

Constitutional Court rules on Labour Brokers

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT RULES ON LABOUR BROKERS Dear NEASA employer The Constitutional Court, on 26 July 2018, delivered a long awaited judgement on the interpretation of section 198A of the Labour Relations Act. The issue in dispute was whether the “deeming” provision...

Mr Papenfus – RSG Interview

Mr. Papenfus was interviewed on RSG – programme: Spektrum – 26 July 2018, regarding his newsletter as well as Press Release: South Africa cannot borrow itself out of trouble. To listen to the interview,...

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