Salga Conditions Of Service Collective Agreement
The SALGBC parties (SALGA, SAMWU and IMATU) agreed and commissioned a multi-media video as part of their joint contribution to industry awareness at COVID – 19 to convey a message of support and motivation from the parties to the industry. The 10-minute video is available on YouTube, please click here or use the following link: youtu.be/vO7JjwK12Qo in addition, the video is also available on the electronic and digital platforms salgbc, SALGA, SAMWU and IMATU. SaLGBC is based on a voluntary basis, within the meaning of the Industrial Relations Act, in agreement with the Employers` Organisation (SALGA) and the trade unions (IMATU and SAMWU). This agreement is contained in the Council Constitution (a collective agreement), which is the basic management instrument that governs the relationship between the employers` organisation and the trade union parties, which can be read in conjunction with the Labour Relations Act. Collective bargaining in the disciplinary code is complete and a collective agreement is concluded on February 1, 2018. The terms of division apply to the division concerned when an agreement has been reached. Collective bargaining is one of the key functions of SALGBC, which can take place either at the central council level, at the department level or at the local level (at the LLF). The subject of the negotiations will determine the appropriate level or forum for these negotiations. As an example of salary, medical assistance and pension fund contributions, annual leave can only be negotiated at the Central Council level. The department or LFF does not have the authority to negotiate salaries.
National terms of service are governed by the main collective agreement. One of saLGBC`s core tasks is to manage disputes that have been referred to the Commission. Disputes are conducted at the department and/or central council level. Disputes such as unfair dismissals and unfair labour practices are referred to the relevant regional secretary of the division, to the relevant regional offices. Where the dispute concerns the interpretation or application of a collective agreement reached at the Central Council level, it must be referred to the Secretary General. After the dispute is resolved, mediation is scheduled within 30 days, during which time the parties will attempt to resolve the dispute before an independent conciliator. If the case is not resolved, a certificate will be issued. The party may choose to refer the matter to arbitration, in which case the Board appoints an independent arbitrator to resolve the dispute within 60 days. The return must be correct, without error or error, to avoid delays. If in doubt, you are in discussions with your union, sAMWU or IMATU President Cyril Ramaphosa announcing to the nation on March 15, 2020 a series of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, and the government`s subsequent announcement of a national blockade, underscored the seriousness of this pandemic.
The potential negative effects on the lives of all citizens and the economy, if not every individual and organization, are part of efforts to control the spread of coronavirus, are self-evident. CIRCULAR 1 OF 2018 – DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT AND 5 OUT OF 2020 CHALLENGES FOR LOCAL WORKERS ON THE FRONT, FIGHT AGAINST COVID DISEASE 19.