2021-10-21

The NUMSA engineering sector strike is over.

NUMSA held a press conference earlier today. [Read More…]

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Metal Industry Strike probably over.

A NUMSA letter is doing the rounds stating that the strike will be “strategically settled”. [Read More…]

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2021-10-19

SEIFSA has recommend that its members implement its final wage offer as from today.

The request is made to SEIFSA members, and not the industry as a whole. [Read More…]

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2021-10-03

SUMMARY OF THE PICKETING RULES FOR THE NATIONAL METAL INDUSTRIES STRIKE FROM 05 OCTOBER 2021.

PURPOSE OF THE PICKET
To approach and peacefully seek to persuade service providers, clients, customers of the employer, members of the public; and employees who are not on strike and replacement workers to withhold their services from, supplying goods and materials to, or working for the employer. [Read More…]

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METAL INDUSTRIES STRIKE AND LOCK OUT.

SEIFSA served notice of a defensive lockout in in response to NUMSA’s declaration of strike action, which to commence on Tuesday, 5 October 2021. [Read More…]

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2021-09-09

TERS and workers affected by July’s unrest

Employers can apply for their employees affected by unrest in Gauteng and KwaZulu in July this year, but only if the business was recently closed directly due to destruction, damage or looting of the workplace. [Read More…]

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2021-09-06

50 questions and answers about mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations

President Ramaphosa says employees may refuse vaccination on medical and constitutional grounds. [Read More…]

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Your Employment Equity Plan may be scrapped next year to suit government-imposed targets.

The Employment Equity Act is set to be amended in 2022. [Read More…]

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2021-08-20

NUMSA’s Metal Industries demonstrations and picketing: 23 August 2021

NUMSA has sent letters and emails to our Metal Industries clients regarding demonstrations and picketing to show their dissatisfaction with the wage proposals during this year’s negotiations. [Read More…]

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2021-07-28

Metal Industries Negotiations DEADLOCKED

NUMSA has registered a deadlock in the metal and engineering industry wage negotiations today. [Read More…]

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2021-07-26

Can you make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory? Yes…BUT…

Employers may make vaccinations mandatory, but it’s not as simple as an instruction. [Read More…]

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2021-07-20

TERS extended again, but paid directly to employees

The Temporary Employer-Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) has been extended once again for certain affected employees because of the adjusted Level 4. [Read More…]

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2021-07-16

Metal and Engineering Industries negotiations update.

SEIFSA tabled its conditional offer on 12 July 2021. [Read More…]

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The online portal to register your POPIA Information Officer has crashed.

The Information Regulator has acknowledged the crash and has indicated that no Responsible Party will be held liable for failure to have registered by 01 July 2021. [Read More…]

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2021-06-28

Permit to travel in and out of Gauteng in Lockdown Level 4.

Last night President Ramaphosa announced the new lockdown regulations.  The regulations as they refer to the running of our businesses are:

- Interprovincial travel to and from Gauteng is prohibited unless it is for business purposes.  Anybody leaving or entering Gauteng must have a permit. [Read More…]

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