24/7 National Hotline: 086 016 3272 info@neasa.co.za


Our Labour Law Representation includes:
• Disciplinary hearings & Retrenchments
• Conciliations & Arbitrations
• Incapacities & Compliance disputes


As a NEASA member, employers are guaranteed expert labour law representation in labour disputes, at the CCMA and Bargaining councils, at fixed affordable rates from our nationwide team of attorneys. We will represent you in:

• Disciplinary hearings

• Retrenchment consultations

• Conciliations

• Incapacities

• Arbitrations

• Compliance disputes


Contact us if you need Labour Law Representation or if you require our Collective Bargaining services. We also provide Training in regions nationwide.



We negotiate on your behalf at sectoral and national level. NEASA is a major and experienced role player in the collective bargaining arena and always strive to achieve the best possible outcome for employers. We are intensely involved in collective bargaining processes and currently have seats on the following bargaining councils:

• Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC)
• Motor Industry Bargaining Council (MIBCO)
• National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry (NBCRFLI)

NEASA’s collective bargaining services are unmatched. We have the largest footprint within the collective bargaining landscape in South Africa. Within this environment NEASA passionately argues for a new dispensation, which is more employer friendly, and which will consequently result in the desperately needed economic growth in South Africa.


We provide training on all aspects of labour law to prepare employers for any situation in the Industrial relations landscape.

Our training workshops include:

 Contracts of employment
 Discipline in the Workplace
 Fixed term Atypical Employment
 Preparing for Disciplinary Enquiries
 Leading and Challenging of Evidence
 Trade Unions and Shop Stewards
 Unfair Labour Practices


Contact us to enquire regarding the different types of training provided in your region.


    Benefit directly and receive resources from our Labour Law Representation and Collective Bargaining libraries.