2017 Wage Negotiations Update

Settlement Agreement to be Signed on Wednesday, 23 August 2017

 

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In anticipation of the imminent settlement of the Main Agreement, allow SEIFSA to book you a seat at the soonest New Main Agreement workshops to be conducted in the month of September 2017, to be held in Johannesburg, Benoni, Midrand, Vereeniging and Cape Town. 

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MEINDABA Featured
22nd August 2017

DON’T MISS OUT. REGISTER NOW!!!

DON’T MISS OUT. REGISTER NOW!!! The third Southern African Metals and Engineering Indaba (MEIndaba), which seeks to spark the revival of our sector in particular and manufacturing in general, is…

SEIFSA FeaturedPress Releases
21st August 2017

SADC NEEDS POLITICAL WILL TO STIMULATE REGIONAL TRADE

Johannesburg, 20 August 2017 - Southern African countries must align their priorities in order to set the region's manufacturing sector on a sustainable growth path, Steel and Engineering Federated Industries of...
Issue 13 2017 Wage NegotiationsFeatured
18th August 2017

Issue 13 – 2017 Wage Negotiations Update

The Trade Unions and SEIFSA today agreed to request the Bargaining Council to convene a Signing Ceremony on Wednesday, 23 August 2017 at the Offices of the Bargaining Council in...
SEIFSA FeaturedPress Releases
17th August 2017

Regional political leadership’s impact on the economy to come under scrutiny at metals and engineering indaba

Johannesburg, 17 August 2017 – Political leadership in Southern African can either advance or hinder economic growth in the region, according to Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) CEO...
2017 Wage NegotiationsFeatured
15th August 2017

Issue 12 – 2017 Wage Negotiations Update

Feedback received following requests from the five trade unions and the SEFSA-affiliated Associations for time to communicate the proposed deal to their respective constituencies confirms that the overwhelming majority of...
SEIFSA FeaturedPress Releases
13th August 2017

Government must do more to protect manufacturers from cheap imports

Johannesburg, 13 August 2017 – THE Government should consider additional measures to protect local metals and engineering manufacturers from cheaper and subsidized imports, according to Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of…

Metal Post FeaturedPress Releases
8th August 2017

Export competitiveness in the metals and engineering sector is pivotal for economic growth and synchronised upswing in the world economy, argues Michael Ade.

Our review of the State of the Metals and Engineering sector in the first quarter of 2017 reaffirmed the low-growth scenario, which saw a second consecutive contraction in GDP technically…

Issue 11 2017 Wage NegotiationsFeatured
7th August 2017

Issue 11 – 2017 Wage Negotiations Update

The SEIFSA Council today received a report that the industry is inching closer to approving a Settlement Agreement that is likely to see all the trade unions agreeing to a...
 

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