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Union representatives and three employer formations have agreed to continue negotiating later in September, following threats of industrial action in the motor industry.
The ANC's national minimum wage policy is causing chaos in the engineering sector, claims the National Union of Metalworkers of SA as it prepares to strike.
The National Union of Metalworkers of SA has denied claims that it has given in to Neasa's 2014 demands.
Neasa says it finds the way in which Numsa is portraying certain facts about the metal and engineering industry in the media as scandalous.
The National Employers' Association of SA has filed an urgent notice to appeal the court ruling allowing the extension of the metal sector wage agreement.
The Labour Court in Johannesburg will hear final arguments in an urgent application brought by the National Employers' Association of SA relating to a wage deal.
The Labour Court in Johannesburg has granted interim relief when it prevented the extension of the metals industry wage agreement to non-signatories, says Neasa.
Neasa has lodged an urgent application in the Labour Court to stop the extension of the metals industry wage agreement to non-signatories.
The National Employers' Association of SA will continue with its lock-out after an application by Numsa seeking to declare it illegal has been rejected.
A national minimum wage, if set at a level employers cannot afford, will lead to job losses and increased poverty, says employers association Neasa.
Sparks flew as a parliamentary committee put Saftu's Zwelinzima Vavi and employer association Neasa's CEO Gerhard Papenfus in one room on a public platform to discuss the minimum wage.
Gerhard Papenfus says the NDR’s model of redistribution is pure propaganda, a misrepresentation.
The National Employers’ Association of South Africa says it deplores what it calls the abuse of the imbalance of power by big business.
The Labour Court in Johannesburg has set aside the 2011-2014 metal sector wage agreement, says Neasa.
Labour body Neasa has lost a court application which forms part of its bid to stop the extension of a wage agreement to other unions.
The Labour Court has extended a court order preventing a wage agreement in the metal industry from being extended to parties or employers not party to it
The National Employers’ Association of South Africa wants to lodge an urgent application in the Labour Court to stop the extension of a wage agreement.
A national minimum wage, if set at a level employers cannot afford, will lead to job losses, an employers association says.
Some of the National Employers' Association of SA's members are continuing their lock-out of workers who participated in the metal industry strike.
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