CEO in the realm of collective bargaining

Progressive is a word firmly etched into the ethos and culture of CEO, and no more so is this culture apparent than in the collective bargaining department of CEO. The approach to collective bargaining at CEO is one which is rooted in skill and compassion for our members’ interests while simultaneously seeking to ensure the perpetuity of the relevant industries so that collective bargaining remains alive and beneficial to all parties involved. As time has passed, and as CEO and its membership base have grown, so too has our voice, our footprint, and our impact at various bargaining councils such as the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry (NBCRFLI) and Metals and Engineering Industry Bargaining Council (MEIBC) whereat CEO actively engages in the various councils and committees to ensure that our members’ voices are heard and that the interests of our members are continuously and steadfastly protected.

CEO is very proud to currently be a party to five different bargaining councils, namely the MEIBC, NBCRFLI, BCCEI (Bargaining Council for the Civil Engineering Industry), BIBC (Building Industry Bargaining Council) and the NBCPSS (National Bargaining Council for the Private Security Sector). This continued expansion into various bargaining councils is a testament to the belief and responsibility bestowed upon CEO by its members and is resoundingly indicative of the progressive approach CEO has when engaging in collective bargaining on behalf of its members.

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As party to these councils, CEO is the voice of employers, bargaining for our members for sustainable business practices.

CEO is in the process of rallying its members to apply to become party of the other large bargaining councils of South Africa.

 

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