Meibc Wage Agreement 2019

Workers who earn above the minimum wage are entitled to a 6.5% increase in their normal rates. Johannesburg, 25 August 2019 – The 2014 wage negotiations culminated in a month-long strike that led not only to the closure of small businesses in the metallurgy and mechanical engineering (M&D) sector, but also to a bloodshed of jobs that led to the unemployment of thousands of employees. In contrast, the 2017 negotiations yielded positive results in the form of a three-year contract and not strike action. From 1 July 2019, MEIBC employees will have to be paid as follows: on 20 June 2019, MEIBC announced its annual salary increase, valid from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020. This is the question that the participants who will participate in the second day of the Southern African Metals and Engineering Indaba 2019 will focus on. Thulas Nxesi, General Sectretary Irvin Jim of the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (NUMSA), Lucio Trentini, Secretary General of Solidarity Gideon du Plessis and Director General of the Ministry of Labour, Thembikosi Mkalipipi, Director of Operations of the Federation of Civil Engineering Industries of South Africa (SEIFSA), who is responsible for labour policy and labour relations. „A number of key sectors are currently involved in sectoral negotiations; The results achieved in these sectors will prepare the conditions for what we can expect in 2020. The strike in the metal industry in 2014 followed strikes in the automotive, engine and tyre sectors in 2013 and a five-month strike in the platinum sector. In 2016, the automotive, automotive and tyre sectors concluded multi-year agreements without strike measures, which had a positive impact on the result for the M&D sector in 2017. Hello Nigel, regarding the agreement reached between the parties on the MEIBC and depending on certain memberships, there should be no increase for 2020.

What should employers expect from the 2020 meibc negotiations on wages and terms and conditions of employment? The agenda for Indaba 2019 is determined by the current state of the metallurgy and mechanical engineering sector. Indaba will also discuss the following issues: regarding this important plenary session, Trentini said that while employers are hoping for a similar result to that of 2017 in the 2020 negotiations, it is interesting to note that the negotiations will not take place in a vacuum. . I have 4 pistol repairs under my control and they asked me to know how much MEIBC members` salary increases were for 2020 and when they are due? Regards. For the fifth year, the Indaba is organized and organized by SEIFSA. Its main objective is to offer policy makers, workers` representatives and companies active in the metals, mechanical engineering and related sectors a platform to discuss the challenges of the sector and jointly develop sustainable solutions to ensure its sustainability. The increase is 6.5% over current rates, which also affects current minimum wages by category. M. Trentini added that in the run-up to the 2020 negotiations, it was important to take into account the current situation of the South African economy, a predominantly negative economic and business environment, characterised by stagnation in the economy and job losses currently recorded in the metallurgy, mechanical engineering and other economic sectors.

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