CMAC is pleased to invite you to its short-term Course on “Collective Bargaining and Negotiation Skills”.
In the promotion of sound and harmonious Industrial Relations, Eswatini labour laws, in particular the Industrial Relations Act 2000 (as amended), makes provision for the formation of organized Employee/Employer structures, also referred to as workplace formations with the purpose of regulating the employment relationship.
These workplace formations serve as a forum for Management and employees, through their representatives, to negotiate terms and conditions of employment for the employees and further provide a consultative forum for Management to convey information and obtain feedback on various proposed changes at the workplace.
Our training methodology involves participatory activities including case studies, role-plays, workbook and plenary discussions used to encourage interactions among delegates.
At the end of the training, the delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance. The training programme comes with a training pack comprising the trainee’s module, the Combined Labour Legislation, a notepad and pen.
Please register for this very interesting Short-Term Training Programme to build your capacity for Collective bargaining and enhance your negotiation skills.
Training venue and date:
Training Dates: 16th ,17th and 18th August 2023
Venue: Happy Valley Hotel
Cost: E 4,200 per participant [a provision for discount is made for a table of ten Participants or more]
The targeted but not exhaustive groups of participants for this Training Program are Employee representatives, Union officials, Employer representatives including Management, Business Owners, HR and Industrial Relations Practitioners, Line Managers, Supervisors, and anyone who may benefit from the topic.
At the end of the training workshop, participants will be able:
To understand the legal framework and sources of labour law in Eswatini
To name the labour dispute resolution Agencies
To know the different types of labour disputes
To know the different types of labour formation and their regulations
To know the difference between negotiation and consultation
To define collective bargaining
To understand collective agreement and recognition agreements
To know the rights and responsibilities of Union and Management Officials
To demonstrate new knowledge gained from the from the interactions and discussions with other participants
How to register:
Please complete the registration form by clinking the link below: