Deadlock Wage Negotiations #2

Deadlock Wage Negotiations #2

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  • Shop Steward in meeting with Employers
  • Workers want a 10% wage increase. They say they cannot survive anymore on zero increases.
  • Well, we will not give any increases in 2022. The company has not made sufficient revenue to warrant that.
  • Shop Steward informs employees of managements response
  • The employers have rejected the request.
  • I will hold a meeting with the Trade Union Secretary to get them involved.
  • We will strike! We will not allow our demands to be ignored!
  • Shop Steward sets up meeting with Trade Union Secretary
  • Meeting with Trade Union Secretary @ Monday 12pm
  • Shop Stewards have the right to represent employees and bring their concerns to table with employers. They act as a bridge between management and subordinates.
  • Shop Steward informs Trade Union Secretary about employees issue
  • How can I assist you today?
  • Shop Stewards act as mediators and inform both parties of either ones responses.
  • Trade Union Secretary has meeting with employees
  • This is the second year we will not have a wage increase, yet the cost of living climbs! Our wages do not cover our expenses anymore!
  • Trade Unions may be called in to assist with employee and employer disagreements.
  • Trade Union Secretary informs employees of way forward
  • We want a 10% wage increase!
  • Role of Trade Union: They assist and are the voice of workers regarding negotiations between employers. They supervise the implementation of collective bargaining agreements.
  • I see. I will have a meeting with the union members to get a clearer picture of their concerns.
  • There is a salary matter to discuss. Workers want 10% wage increase yet employers say they will give zero increase. Workers are very unhappy.
  • Section 4 of the LRA 66 of 1995 states that workers have the right to form, join or be part of a Trade Union and participate in the union activities.
  • Please tell me more about your concerns and frustrations.
  • We work hard for this company but do not see any of the rewards of hard work!
  • Trade Union officials are required to be inline with worker demands.
  • Your demands are not too much to ask for.
  • I will relay this to the Union Committee and from there we will liasise with your employers to resolve this.
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