Motor Industry Bargaining Council is a national forum as envisaged in the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995, to create and maintain industrial peace and stability in the Motor Industry. It provides for an array of industry services ranging from settlement of labour disputes to the regulation of social benefits. The council consists of representatives from both employers’ and employees’ organisations and has equal representation from both sides. The collective agreements negotiated by this council are, where necessary, extended by the Minister of Labour to cover the entire industry once satisfied that the parties to this council are in the majority.

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