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Press releases: Neasa Disappointed with Labour Department

THE NATIONAL EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (NEASA) - Disappointed in Labour Department's Narrow Views on Labour Legislation. The National Employers Ass...
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Press releases: Unemployment Figures Expected to Climb

THE NATIONAL EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (NEASA) - Latest unemployment figures extremely concerning. Like all South Africans, the National Employers'...
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Press releases: A fine line to maintain with regard to labour brokers

The National Employers Association of South Africa (NEASA) has given its support to organisations such as the Free Market Foundation and Business Unity South Africa in urgi...
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Press releases: NEASA throws its weight behind the FMF amid union threats

The National Employers’ Association of South Africa (NEASA) is outraged by renewed calls from COSATU and its affiliates that employers in this year’s wage negot...
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Press releases: NEASA TAKES EXTENSION OF MEIBC MAIN AGREEMENT TO LABOUR COURT

On Friday, 26 April 2013, the National Employers’ Association of South Africa (NEASA) filed another application in the Labour Court to review and set aside the decisi...
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Press releases: NEASA - EXTENSION OF METAL INDUSTRY MAIN AGREEMENT BY MINISTER OF LABOUR

The National Employers' Association of South Africa (NEASA) views a decision by the Minister of Labour to extend the MEIBC Main Agreement as unlawful and ill-disposed. ...
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Press releases: NEASA CEO TO SPEAK AT INDUSTRY BREAKFAST SEMINAR

Please note that the CEO of the National Employers Association of South Africa, Gerhard Papenfus, will be a guest speaker at a Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining C...
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Press releases: NEASA – COSATU’S SUGGESTED MINIMUM WAGE WILL FUEL UNEMPLOYMENT

The National Employer’s Association of South Africa (NEASA) is disappointed with suggestions from Cosatu that all workers should be paid a minimum wage of R 4 500 per...
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Press releases: PROBE THE INEFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION OF THE WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION FUND

The National Employers’ Association of South Africa (NEASA) welcomes the announcement by the Department of Labour that it is to undertake a turnaround strategy to get...
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Press releases: NEASA – SUPPORT TO THE FREE MARKET FOUNDATIONS’ CHALLENGE

The National Employers’ Association of South Africa (NEASA) is delighted by the Free Market Foundation’s announcement that it has brought a constitutional case ...
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