18 May 2012
Well over 100 000 Private Security industry workers are set to benefit from a hectic program of public briefings into the wages and conditions of employment following a series of meetings conducted in Limpopo this week.
The briefing sessions – which are part of the investigations by the Department of Labour’s Employment Conditions Commission (ECC) – started on Tuesday in Thohoyandou and proceeded to Tzaneen before concluding in Polokwane on Friday. The sessions, which were also held simultaneously in the Eastern Cape, drew an enthusiastic audience from the industry players ranging from owners of private security firms, trade unionists, employees and government officials.
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