Are you fed up with labour issues that are taking up too much of your time?
Are unnecessary visits to the Bargaining Council or the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) giving you a headache?
Are you worried about compliance with the Labour Relations Act, the Basic Conditions of Employment Act or the Skills Development Levies Act?
And what about compliance with Bargaining Council's Main Agreements?
If you are tired of the uncertainty and the legal red tape, you’ve come to the right place! Our dedicated team of professional Labour Consultants will be the “CURE” for your Labour headaches before they become problems.
We know what the law requires of companies, and we are here to assist in ensuring that you are compliant with Legislation.
Union and Bargaining Council Negotiations
Chamlabour is your solution
Representing a company at the CCMA or any Bargaining Council can seem like a losing battle if you have to go up against seasoned legal practitioners or union officials. Employers often lose their cases because of a procedural issue, despite having enough evidence to prove that an employee was guilty of the alleged misconduct. We will provide sound advice in terms of dismissals to ensure that you act fairly in terms of legislation.
You may have a “Legal Eagle” on your side in the form of a Legal Practitioner, but in terms of the CCMA rules, Legal Practitioners mat not automatically appear before the CCMA in cases not concerning a dismissal on the grounds of misconduct or incapacity. So what is the solution? Where will you find an expertly trained professional for your side of the boxing ring? One that you can rely on without breaking the bank?
This is where we come in: Chamlabour registers our members with the AHI Employers Organisation which allows our consultants to represent our members at the CCMA and/or Bargaining Councils. Our members are therefore on equal footing with unions because we represent our members in the same way that unions represent employees, except we do it with a smile, of course.
An Employers' Organisation has the same rights and obligations as that of a trade union. This means that emplocyers' organisations also have the right to negotiate with the workforce on behalf of members and to enter into collective agreements and wage negotiations with trade unions. Furthermore, employers' organisations may become members of and participate in the activities of bargaining councils and statutory councils and may act in any dispute in which a member is involved.
Problem solved, you can rest assured that Chamlabour will be able to represent you when needed and ensure that you have equal representation at all times.