The Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council is a national statutory body created under the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995. The purpose of this council was to provide for the co-regulation of stable and productive employment relations in the metal and engineering industries. The council is an industry based forum of organised business and labour that regulates employment conditions and labour relations in the metal and engineering industry. The council currently provides dispute resolution services and regulates certain employee benefits.

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