3 edition of Collective bargaining in South Africa found in the catalog.
Collective bargaining in South Africa
Jones, Robert A. M.Sc.
|Statement||Robert A. Jones.|
|LC Classifications||HD6870.5 .J66 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||85130205|
South Africa: 'Collective Bargaining in the Context of Globalisation' We require our militancy and we want to continue to engage at the collective bargaining table. In South Africa we have. COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS CCMA Info Sheet: Collective agreements(1) FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE CCMA OPERATIONS & INFORMATION DEPARTMENT ON () OR THE CALL CENTRE ON 16 16 16 WHAT IS A COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT A collective agreement is a written agreement concerning terms and conditions of employment, or any other .
This book examines the ways in which collective bargaining addresses a variety of workplace concerns in the context of today’s global economy. Globalization can contribute to growth and development, but as the recent financial crisis demonstrated, it also puts employment, earnings and labour standards at by: 6. Key Challenges Facing Collective Bargaining in South Africa 1. KEY CHALLENGES FACING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN SOUTH AFRICA AND THOUGHTS ON ADDRESSING THEM PRESENTATION TO UNIVERSITY OF WITWATERSRAND LLM CLASS OF 3 .
ABN's Karema Brown speaks with Dr Brian van Zyl, CEO of Rudd & Associates and Pat Stone author of the book The Bargaining Game, to discuss the hard choices facing players in the bargaining game. The merits of collective bargaining have been argued by both opponents and proponents of the process; the former maintain that it deprives the worker of his individual liberty to dispose of his service, while the latter point out that without the union's protection the Missing: South Africa.
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Collective Bargaining in South Africa (eBook) Format: eBook ISBN: Language (s): English Extent: Pages Published: Category: Labour Law, Commercial LawBook Edition: 1st Edition. Collective bargaining is failing in South Africa because the parties to the process have failed to seek ways of achieving inclusive social development and of balancing the requirements of a competitive economy, the imperative for employment creation and the.
This book deals with collective bargaining and in particular the centralised bargaining system that has been in existence in South Africa for many years. The system first operated in the form of industrial councils until they were renamed bargaining councils under the Labour Relations Act 66 of ('the LRA').
Given the changes brought by the LRA, the book is an attempt to update the two Cited by: 1. This book written by some of South Africa's leading labour negotiators and alternative dispute-resolution experts, offers the first comprehensive and inclusive guide for aspirant and experienced labour practitioners alike on the topics of understanding conflict in the South African workplace, alternative dispute-handling process, negotiations and collective bargaining.
In South Africa the central pillar of collective bargaining has historically been provided by the industrial and bargaining council systems. Statutory councils, an innovation of the new Labour Relations Act (LRA), appear to have more limited appeal.
The remainder of this paper examines the changes in collective bargaining that have taken place in South Africa since COLLECTIVE BARGAINING TRENDS IN SOUTH AFRICA Before industrial councils were the dominant collective bargaining institutions in South Africa. They could be established by registered trade unions and employerFile Size: KB.
Collective bargaining trends in South Africa and contemporary challenges Introduction This article explains the trends in South Africa’s collective bargaining system over the past 20 to 30 years.
It concentrates on bargaining councils (initially called industrial councils), as they constitute the core of collective bargaining. South Africa has one of the most progressive labour relations frameworks in the world that provides for structured and orderly collective bargaining.
That. In South Africa, c ollective bargaining operates at multiple levels. The main distinction to draw is between single-employer bargaining and multi-employer bargaining.
Single-employer bargaining takes place at the branch, company or corporate levels, while multi-employer bargaining involves a number ofFile Size: KB.
Given the primacy accorded to collective agreements by the South African labour legislation and the fact that collective bargaining is traditionally the main function of trade unions, the concept of collective bargaining, its functions, historical foundations, the coverage and content of collective agreements.
The State of Collective Bargaining in South Africa: An Empirical and Conceptual Study of Collective Bargaining Article (PDF Available) in SSRN Electronic Journal November with 2, Reads. 1 2 3. Collective bargaining trends in South Africa and contemporary challenges - Contemporary challenges in labourrelations and collective bargaining.
Two of the major contemporary challenges that South Africa’s labour relations and collective bargaining systems face are the growing frequency and intensity of strikes and the very high level of unemployment.
Collective Bargaining and Labour Disputes Resolution – Is SADC Meeting the Challenge. The Social Protection of Migrant Workers in South Africa Elaine Fultz and Bodhi Pieris, 4. Labour Migration to South Africa in the s collective bargaining, the File Size: KB. The Importance of Collective Bargaining in the South African Context View Larger Image Collective bargaining can be described as the relationship governing organized labour and employers, focusing mainly on the respective party’s interests.
Collective Labour Law is the most thorough and comprehensive single work available on the law governing the often-tempestuous relationship between organised labour and employers in South Africa.
The book covers topics such as the recognition of trade unions as bargaining agents, how organisational rights are acquired and lost, the collective. This entry about The legislative framework of collective bargaining in South Africa has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the The legislative framework of collective bargaining in South Africa entry and Author: Johannes Zhao.
The term 'collective bargaining' is over a century old - years to be was coined by Beatrice Webb, a British economist and labour historian who was anti-worker co-operatives. A worker co-op is a venture that's owned and self-managed by its workers. Previous research on collective bargaining in South Africa Applicability of the findings of the research Research method Literature method Definition of concepts Collective bargaining Bargaining agents Trade union Employer's organization Workplace forum Employee Collective agreement The Commission for conciliation, mediation and arbitration.
The 27 th September saw the launch of WBS’s Dr Geoff Heald’s new book: Why is Collective Bargaining failing in South Africa. A reflection on how to restore social dialogue in South Africa. According to Dr Heald, a senior lecturer in negotiation at WBS, collective bargaining is failing in South Africa because the parties to the process have failed to seek ways of achieving inclusive social.
lessons for South Africa Type of economy Economic growth trends. Key labour legislation The role of the State and corporatism Trade unions and employers' organisations. Collective bargaining. Collective File Size: KB. Collective bargaining in South Africa. [Robert A Jones, ] Print book: English: 2nd rev.
edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: # Collective bargaining--South Africa\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, Robert A., M. Sc. Collective bargaining in South Africa. Johannesburg: Macmillan South Africa, The Role of Collective Bargaining in the Global Economy: Negotiating for Social Justice.
This book looks at the role that collective bargaining plays in ensuring that workers are able to obtain a fair share of the benefits arising from participation in the global economy and in providing a measure of security against the risk to employment and.