The objective of collective bargaining between an employer and organized labour is to reach agreements that are legal and binding in terms of which their relationship is formalised and wages and conditions of employment are fixed for set periods. Collective agreements differ from individual contracts of employment in that employment contracts are entered into between an individual and his or her employer and establish personal rights and obligations. Collective agreements are entered into between an employer and the representative of the employees and establish uniform conditio9ns of service for all employees.

For further information on any labour related matters, you can contact
Bernard Reisner:

W. Tel: 021 423 3959
Fax: 021 423 2105
Cell: 082 433 8714