Industry Circular No. 2020/3 - Request for assistance for employees within the Metal and Engineering Industry
URGENT CIRCULAR IN RESPECT OF THE RESPONSE TO COVID 19
Circular No.: 2019/8
Circular No.: 2019/ 7 Annual Shutdown
Circular No.: 2019/6 - RE: Council Levies Payable in Terms of the Registration and Administration Expenses Collective Agreement
Increase in Levy In Respect Of Dispute Resolution Collective Agreement
A four year Settlement Agreement for the period of 01 July 2017 to June 2021 was signed by the following Associations :
Circular for Wage Increases July 2019 To June 2020020
As you are aware the Employer Federation, SEIFSA and 20 of its affiliated Employer Associations together with all five Trade Unions party to the Council concluded a Settlement Agreement dated 23-8-17 last year, for a period of three years.
Supplementary Circular to the Circular of 26 May 2017
INCREASE IN LEVY IN RESPECT OF REGISTRATION AND ADMINISTRATION EXPENSES COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT
Unconditional retraction of circular issued by MEIBC management on 15 May 2017
A Settlement Agreement for the period 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018 was signed by the Lift Engineering Association of South Africa and SAEWA in Johannesburg on 21 August 2017.
A Settlement Agreement for the period 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2020 was signed by SEIFSA, MEWUSA, NUMSA, SAEWA, SOLIDARITY and UASA at the offices of the Council on 23
The union, Solidarity, has recently approached the Court to place the MEIBC under business rescue. This is not much different from asking the Court to liquidate the Council. What makes this action to be unprecedented is that it is championed by a Trade union whose members would be at the receiving end if the Council was to close its doors due to this action.
The Special MANCO meeting of the 3 February 2015 resolved that the Office of MEIBC and the General Secretary must request the Minister of Labour to extend the period of operation of the following industry agreements for a further 5 year period:
We refer to NEASA Industry Alert circular dated the 24th February 2015 and titled “Metal
Industry Crunch Time”
The purpose of this circular is to respond to the industry circulars issued by National Employers Association of South Africa (NEASA) dated 19 January 2015 and 2 February 2015 respectively.
We wish to confirm that as the result of the Plastic negotiations between PCASA and some unions in our industry, the plastics sector remains covered by the Registered Scope of the MEIBC.
|March 2011||Declaration of public holiday on 18 May 2011||Download|
|March 2011||Caesar's registration as employer organisation cancelled by Registrar of Labour Relations||Download|
|February 2011||All D14 Plastics Converters Firms||Download|
|November 2010||Increases in terms of the Lift Engineering Industry Settlement Agreement||Download|
|August 2010||Increase in the Technological Fund Contributions||Download|
|June 2010||New industry wage rates for the period 1 July 2010 - 30 June 2011||Download|
|March 2010||Increase in Administration and Dispute Resolution Levies||Download|
|September 2009||Changes to the 2009 / 2010 Main Agreement||Download|
|August 2009||Increase in the Technological Fund contributions||Download|
|July 2009||Wage related increases in terms of the Lift Engineering Agreement for the period 1 July 2009 to 20 June 2010||Download|
|June 2009||New industry wage rates for the period 1 Jul 2009 - 30 Jun 2010||Download|
|March 2009||Declaration of Public Holiday on 22 April 09 (Voting Day)||Download|
|March 2009||Increase in the Administration and Dispute Resolution Levies||Download|
|Sep 2008||New MEIBC office locations in the Western Cape||Download|
|June 2008||Exploratory discussions to amend the 3-year wage deal||Download|
|June 2008||Lift Engineering wages||Download|
|June 2008||Main agreement wage rates 1 July 2008 - 30 June 2009||Download|
|Oct 2007||Extension of Sick Pay Fund benefits||Download
The Council advises that the parties to the Lift Engineering Agreement have concluded a one year Settlement Agreement for the period 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012.
The increases for wages, standy-by allowances and other allowances will increase by 6.2 per cent with effect from 1 July 2011.
The schedule of new rates is set out in the attachment to this circular.
The parties have agreed to consider, at a separate forum, proposals relating to the possible introduction of a housing allowance.
Please ensure that a copy of this circular is passed to your wage department.
For any further information, please contact the Regional Office in your area.
28 Oct 2009
15 November 2011
On Wednesday 9 November 2011, Judge Andre van Niekerk of the Labour Court dismissed the urgent application launched by the National Employers Association of South Africa (NEASA), the Plastics Converters Association of South Africa (PCASA) and Riverpark Crane Hire CC to set aside the extension of the Main Agreement to non-parties in the industry. Read the full circular.
Attached for your information is a copy the circular which is currently being to all firms in the industry.