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MEIBC: Court sets aside wage agreement

The Johannesburg Labour Court has set aside the 2011/14 wage agreement, which was an agreement between Seifsa and trade unions. The Labour Minister extended the agreement t...
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MEIBC: Small companies hail ruling on bargaining process

The Labour Court has set aside a 3-year agreement in the Metal and Engineering industry - a huge victory says NEASA. The weekend post carried the article on 20/12/2014. View the article ...
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MEIBC: Court sets aside metals wage deal

The Labour Court in Johannesburg has set aside a three year agreement in the Metal and Engineering Industry. NEASA has refused to sign on to wage increases agreed on in the...
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Press releases: Numsa sentiments misplaced

19 December 2014  The National Employers' Association of South Africa finds the way in which Numsa is portraying certain facts about the Metal and Engineering...
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MEIBC: Metal sector wage deal is set aside

The Johannesburg labour court has set aside the 2011/14 metal sector wage agreement. This agreement was a result of an agreement between Seifsa and trade unions. Cape Argus...
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MEIBC: Bargaining council attempting to extend illegally obtained agreement

The wage agreement was between Seifsa and trade unions, NEASA was not party to the agreement. NEASA CE, Gerhard Papenfus, was interviewed on Kaya FM. Listen to podcast ...
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MEIBC: Wage agreement - unconsitiutional

NEASA filed an urgent notice earlier this month to appeal a Labour Court ruling, allowing the extension of the agreement. NEASA CEO Gerald Papenfus was interviewed on Kaya ...
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Press releases: Metal Industry 2011 – 2014 Agreement set aside by Labour Court

18 December 2014   Following various legal battles the National Employers’ Association of South Africa (NEASA) fought in the Metal and Engineering Industry B...
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Videos: Labour Court set aside the 2011/14 wage agreement

The 2011/14 wage agreement was illegally obtained and extended to non-parties. NEASA is also fighting the extension new wage agreement, it will have a negative impact on bu...
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MEIBC: Employers lose court battle

The Johannesburg Labour Court has dismissed an application by NEASA to prevent the Minister of Labour to extend the July wage agreement to its members. Finweek reports. View the article ...
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