Workshop on Labour Policies and Practices in Labour-based Works in Namibia

Windhoek, 15-16 February 2000 : workshop report
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ILO/ASIST, Govt. of the Republic of Namibia , [Harare]
Labor policy -- Namibia -- Congresses., Industrial relations -- Namibia -- Congresses., Occupational training -- Government policy -- Namibia -- Congre



Statementreport prepared by Ida Tsitsi Chimedza.
ContributionsChimedza, Ida Tsitsi., International Labour Organisation. Advisory Support, Information Services, and Training., Namibia. Ministry of Labour.
LC ClassificationsHD8808 .W67 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3737691M
LC Control Number2003405685

Labour Policies and Practices in Labour-based Works: Namibia Workshop Report _____ Background The ILO’s employment intensive infrastructure projects in over 40 countries have been carried out in a wide variety of conditions and national contexts.

National rules. Labour-Based Works Policy Issues The White Paper (MWTC, ), addressed two issues that were considered as the basis for successful implementation of a multi-sectoral labour-based works policy. The first was the creation of an enabling environment to facilitate adoption, growth and expansion of labour-based works in Namibia.

Eastern Cape - Friday, 16 October Western Cape - Monday, 19 October Gauteng - Tuesday, 20 October The national workshops are held from am - midday. Labour Law in Namibia Collins Parker Labour Law in Namibia Collins Parker 9 ISBN: Labour Law in Namibia is the first comprehensive and scholarly text to analyse labour law in the country, the Labour Act ofand how it affects the common law principles of employment relations.

The primary objective of this workshop is to assist companies and individuals with the compilation of rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Delegates will receive the opportunity to discuss their existing policies and procedures and be guided on how to make necessary amendments (If necessary).

Basic Labour Relations Including guidelines for system monitoring and management as well as guidance on. vulnerable employees and workplace accommodation in relation to COVID in the workplace Full Day Workshop SA Labour Guide is an accredited training Provider with SABPP 23 October ( - ) Interactive Online Course.

The contract labour system effected alot of families,the whites did not allow the workers to take the families along and some of the men went to work for where already merried and had children and they had to leave the women with the kids for al those went to work and they worked hard but they where not happy with the Reviews: 1.

UNFAIR LABOUR PRACTICES Unfair disciplinary action Employee and trade union unfair labour practices Employer and employers’ organisation unfair labour practices Disputes concerning this Chapter CHAPTER 6 TRADE UNIONS AND EMPLOYERS’ ORGANISATIONS PART A ESTABLISHMENT AND WINDING UP OF TRADE UNIONS AND EMPLOYERS.

Namibia's labour-hire practices conform with global trends to a large country's labour-hire industry is dominated by one large company, which originated in South Africa. COVID Protect children from child labour, now more than ever.

12 June Good practices. Good Practices and Lessons Learned on the elimination of the worst forms of child labour in Namibia.

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16 July Meeting document. Exit strategy and sustainable approaches workshop report, Namibia. The Labour Act in Practice. A summary of the Labour Act (Act 6 of ) in colloquial language; Download PDF [ kb] Options for Private Arbitration in Namibia. A report on the workshop which investigated options for private arbitration in Namibia.

Download PDF. Source: §15(2) of the Constitution of Namibia, §3 of the Labour Act,Regulation 2 (1) of Regulations relating to Domestic Work and Regulations 12(1), 12(2), Rule 10(5) of 2.(1) of Schedule13(4) of 2.(2) of Schedule & 4 of 2.(3) of Schedule of Regulations relating to Health and Safety of Employees at Work, The course work is broken up into weekly, manageable bite-sized modules, with incremental deadlines, designed to help you pace yourself over the duration of the course and allow you the legroom to work when it suits you best.

At the beginning of each module you'll be presented with the course content and assignments necessary for completion. Works and Transport Minister Erkki Nghimtina was, however, not so diplomatic and instead defended labour-based work.

According to Nghimtina, labour-based work is government's policy to create jobs and that is something that should be encouraged. The truth is all over the world people are fighting machines, because they are taking up the jobs of. First published inthis collection of articles responds to the controversial debate on whether prison labour constitutes betterment or slave labour.

The volume is a stock-taking exercise designed to elicit basic information as a foundation for reconsidering fixed assumptions about prison labour. This controversial issue has had sometimes diametrically opposed claims about it over the years.

Labour Act 11 of To consolidate and amend the labour law; to establish a comprehensive labour law for all employers and employees; to entrench fundamental labour rights and protections; to regulate basic terms and conditions of employment; to ensure the health, safety and welfare of employees; to protect employees from unfair labour practices; to regulate the registration of trade unions.

Labour Law in Namibia. In this Book. Additional Information. Labour Law in Namibia notably South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and the United Kingdom, making it a reference and comparative source book for common law countries in the SADC region and beyond.

Written by an authority in the field of labour law, this is a unique reference guide for. Labour hire, the practice of hiring out employees to clients by a labour broker, has been a part of Namibia’s history since the early s in the form of the contract labour system.

The Labour Workshop Businesses these days require a thorough understanding of the full scale of the Labour Laws, as well as new laws.

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We provide labour solutions through consulting services, training, ensuring compliance deployment of a dedicated representative to the client. The OSH policy says Government, employers and labour unions should, either together or separately, develop or adopt appropriate standards, codes of practice and guidelines that are consistent with.

Namibia Ministry of Labour Legislative Mandate The Ministry promotes the following mandates: The Labour Act, (Act No. 11 of ) Affirmative Action. Key Highlights of the Namibia Labour Force Survey Report Published by the Namibia Statistics Agency P.O. Box Windhoek, Published Inquiries: + Suggested citation: Namibia Statistics Agency, Key Highlights of the Namibia Labour Force Survey Re-port.

Namibia Statistics Agency, Windhoek. Education and child labour. Akabayashi, Hideo and Psacharopoulos, George, ‘The Trade-off between Child Labour and Human Capital Formation: A Tanzanian case study’, in 'Journal of Development Studies', vol.

35, no. 5,pp. Incremental labor rate. This rate is the cost of labor that will be incurred if a specific action is taken.

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For example, if an employee is asked to work one additional hour, the incremental labor rate will likely include the person's base wage, any associated shift differential, and payroll taxes. Code of Good Practice on the Integration of Employment Equity into Human Resource Policies and Practices; Code of Good Practice on the Employment of People with Disabilities No.

19 August ; Code of Good Practice on the Employment of Persons with Disabilities - Revised Draft Notice of. A large part of my practice over the nearly 30 years has comprised what us lawyers refer to as “transactional work” or “M&A”.

employers’ conduct in relation to the provision of employment benefits has left many employees vulnerable to unfair labour practices.[1] A classic case of dodging the bullet, or not. One of the oldest. Public Service Act,to develop a labour relations policy for the public service.

PURPOSE Recognising the legislative mandate conferred on the Minister to develop a policy relating to la-bour relations in the public service, it is the intention of the policy to –. Written by an authority in the field of labour law, Dr. Collins Parker, this is a unique reference guide for key players in labour relations.

Collins Parker. This book is a comprehensive work on labour (or employment) law in Namibia, where the common law of master and servant forms its fundamentally, as it does in other common law jurisdictions. Labour-based Methods and Technologies for Employment Intensive Construction Works - A cidb Guide to Best Practice These best practice guidelines present current state-of-the-art practices in a wide range of labour-based construction methods, manufacturing methods and technologies which have been successfully utilised in South Africa in recent years.

(Interactive Full Day Workshop) Including the Employment Equity Amendment Bill, published on 20 July Each delegate will receive an electronic book before the training course In addition we will courier a printed version of the book together with a certificate of attendance 22 October ( - ) Interactive Online Course.

We have a plan to keep New Zealand moving - and it’s already underway. Learn more about our policies for and beyond. After several years of intense and at times heated debates, Namibia's new Labour Act (Act 11 of ) was finally passed and signed into law.

The process of reforming independent Namibia's first Labour Act (Act 6 of ) started in the late 's and took the form of discussions within the tripartite Labour Advisory Council. It was then decided that instead of merely amending the Act.

The objective of this workshop is to give an overview of labour relations and labour law. After completion of the workshop the delegates should have a better understanding of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act as well as the labour relation Act, including relevant regulations and codes of good practice.