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The Use of Labour Brokers Labour Guide

2 天前 · Thus, for example, workers supplied to a client operating in the mining industry are therefore engaged in the mining industry. This means also that a labour broker may have workers in different industries or sectors. Related to this is the new provision that a trade union may seek organizational rights in respect of the labour broker’s own employees either in in the labour broker’s own workplace

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Mining Workforce Staffing

Our mining staffing solutions. Workforce Staffing works with clients across South Africa to source and supply professional engineering, technical and field services talent for both opencast and underground mining. Our national footprint has secured a strong market presence in all of South Africa’s major mining

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Labour Brokers / Temporary Employment Services

2021-5-29 · Michael Lavender joined SEIFSA in 1991 as an Industrial Relations Advisor, after two and a half years in the mining industry in the position of an Industrial Relations Advisor. He has held various positions within the Industrial Relations Division, including Senior Industrial Relations Advisor, Industrial Relations Services Training Manager, and was appointed to the position of Industrial Relations

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Contracting, complexity and control: An overview of the

2009-8-27 · The use of subcontracted labour in the mining industry is explained by Standing: The trend toward more contract labour, and towards using contractors for mining labour, has been linked to the mines’ drive for higher productivity, flexibility and cost cutting. Among the reasons for the trends are that contract workers are typically not unionised

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Labour brokers ruling will encourage industry renewal

2018-8-7 · A study by Bhorat, Cassim and Yu1 estimated that the TES subsector created 6.4% of South African employment in 2013, more than agriculture (5.1%), utilities (0.9%) and mining (3.1%). In the mid-nineties, the Labour Relations Act was promulgated to resolve issues

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(DOC) the impact of labour relations in the mining

Conclusion It is evident that the mining sector has been surrounded by a lot of labour unrest owing tothe imbalanced labour policies in the industry and mismanagement of labour matters. Nevertheless, critical challenges remain in terms of monitoring the commitments of mining companies in dealing with labour related matters in industry.

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Labour broking: To ban or to regulate? NewsDay

2012-4-18 · Labour brokers mainly target the unskilled and semi-skilled employees in the fishing, retail and mining industries. The Namibian Labour Act Number 11 of 2007 sought to prohibit labour broking.

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What is labour broking? The Herald

2016-12-8 · Labour brokers are allowed to operate within Namibia, though its operations are regulated under the Labour Act, 2007 (Section 128 & 128A) and the Employment Services Act.

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Mining industry challenges and opportunities: input

2014-8-20 · Serious punitive measures needed to be employed. The mining industry was behind in producing active HDSA executives compared to State Owned Companies, such as Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operating Officers, Managing Directors, Finance Directors. There was also a lack in mining community development through social and labour plans.

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Mining Workforce Staffing

Our mining staffing solutions. Workforce Staffing works with clients across South Africa to source and supply professional engineering, technical and field services talent for both opencast and underground mining. Our national footprint has secured a strong market presence in all of South Africa’s major mining

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What is labour broking? The Herald

2016-12-8 · In South Africa, approximately one million workers work under labour brokers mainly in manufacturing, construction, mining, wholesale/retail trade and in some ministries.

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Labour Brokers / Temporary Employment Services

2021-5-29 · Michael Lavender joined SEIFSA in 1991 as an Industrial Relations Advisor, after two and a half years in the mining industry in the position of an Industrial Relations Advisor. He has held various positions within the Industrial Relations Division, including Senior Industrial Relations Advisor, Industrial Relations Services Training Manager, and was appointed to the position of Industrial Relations

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Labour brokers ruling will encourage industry renewal

2018-8-7 · A study by Bhorat, Cassim and Yu1 estimated that the TES subsector created 6.4% of South African employment in 2013, more than agriculture (5.1%), utilities (0.9%) and mining (3.1%). In the mid-nineties, the Labour Relations Act was promulgated to resolve issues around what was previously termed “casual labour”.

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ATC100323: Report Public Hearings on Labour

2009-8-26 · Labour brokers mainly dominant in mining industry; No benefit for people working under labour brokers; Labour broking must be banned because it exploits workers; The President of Association for Nursing Agencies in SA . Health care is in turmoil; There are huge vacancies in the health care industry

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Labour broking: To ban or to regulate? NewsDay

2012-4-18 · Labour brokers mainly target the unskilled and semi-skilled employees in the fishing, retail and mining industries. The Namibian Labour Act Number 11 of 2007 sought to prohibit labour broking.

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Constitutional Court gives the final word on Labour

The section provides that an employee who earns less than the earnings threshold (which is currently R205 433 per annum) and who is contracted through a temporary employment service (“TES”) (colloquially referred to as labour brokers) to a client for more than three months is deemed to be employed by that client.

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Mining industry challenges and opportunities: input

2014-8-20 · Serious punitive measures needed to be employed. The mining industry was behind in producing active HDSA executives compared to State Owned Companies, such as Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operating Officers, Managing Directors, Finance Directors. There was also a lack in mining community development through social and labour plans.

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The Meaning of Marikana ~ Global Labour Column

2021-5-17 · The mining industry remains wedded to its apartheid past in its dependence on cheap labour. Lonmin workers were striking for a pay rise from around R4 000 to R12 500 a month, although the figures are disputed. Pay scales are complex, particularly as labour brokers hire approximately one-third of the workforce across mining.

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Learn more about child labour in mining (IPEC)

2021-5-19 · Child labour in gold mining. Gold mining is extremely dangerous work for children. Yet still today, tens of thousands are found in the small-scale gold mines of Africa, Asia and South America. Children work both above and under ground. In the tunnels and mineshafts they risk death from explosions, rock falls, and tunnel collapse.

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