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industrial relations policy in the mining sector in zambia

The primary law governing themining sector in Zambiais the Mines and Minerals Development Act No. 11 of 2015 of the Laws ofZambia(MMDA) as read together with the Mines and Minerals Development (Amendment) Act No. 14 of 2016. The MMDA became effective on 1 st July, 2015 although the date of assent is 14 th August, 2015. It repealed and ...

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  • A proposed cooperatives strategy for artisanal and small
    A proposed cooperatives strategy for artisanal and small

    Article. A proposed cooperatives strategy for artisanal and small-scale goldmining sector in Zambia. November 2020; ResourcesPolicy

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  • industrial relations policy in the mining sector in zambia
    industrial relations policy in the mining sector in zambia

    Themining regulationsinZambiain theZambia’smining industryare mainly governed by theMining Development ActNo 11 of 2015Mining CompaniesinZambia Mining companiesin Zambia focus on excerpting copper and uranium, as well as gold, nickel andindustrial deposits, which are more limited.

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  • Zambia Government approves policy to promote economic
    Zambia Government approves policy to promote economic

    “He added that the revised standaloneIndustrial Policywould allow for emphasis onindustrial developmentand compelindustries operatinginZambiato processlocal raw materialsinto finished...

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  • (PDF) TRADE UNION EFFECTIVENESS IN ZAMBIA Harrison
    (PDF) TRADE UNION EFFECTIVENESS IN ZAMBIA Harrison

    Hinging heavily on theZambian Constitution,trade unionsinZambiaare formed in accordance with the provisions of the Industrial andLabour Relations Act(ILRA), Chapter 269 of thelawsofZambia. This Principal Act, in regard toindustrial relationssystem in Zambia, provides for the legislative framework regarding the formation, registration and general operations and management oftrade unions.

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  • Employment Labour Law 2020 Zambia ICLG
    Employment Labour Law 2020 Zambia ICLG

    c) TheIndustrialand LabourRelationsAct, Chapter 269, Volume 15 of the Laws ofZambia. TheIndustrialand LabourRelationsAct provides for the formation of trade unions and employers’ representative organisations including matters related to dispute resolution in employment cases. d) …

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  • MiningDuring and After COVID 19 A perspective from
    MiningDuring and After COVID 19 A perspective from

    Jul 23, 2020· Although the pandemic holds the spectre of strained industrial relations between mining companies and trade unions, it has also opened space for growth where unions have successfully consolidated and deepened social dialogue, such as in Zambia, South Africa, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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  • Employment Labour Law 2020 Zambia ICLG
    Employment Labour Law 2020 Zambia ICLG

    c) TheIndustrialand LabourRelationsAct, Chapter 269, Volume 15 of the Laws ofZambia. TheIndustrialand LabourRelationsAct provides for the formation of trade unions and employers’ representative organisations including matters related to dispute resolution in employment cases. d) …

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  • Lukonde and Others v Mopani Copper Mines PLC Zambia
    Lukonde and Others v Mopani Copper Mines PLC Zambia

    The Industrial and Labour Relations Act, Cap 269 of the Laws of Zambia, gives employees the right to attend Union meetings. Section 5(1) (a)-(i) of this law confers specified rights to every employee in respect of Trade union activities. Under this law, no employer should dismiss any person for exercising his/her right to attend Union meetings, and activities.

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  • MiningDuring and After COVID 19 A perspective from
    MiningDuring and After COVID 19 A perspective from

    Jul 23, 2020· Although the pandemic holds the spectre of strained industrial relations between mining companies and trade unions, it has also opened space for growth where unions have successfully consolidated and deepened social dialogue, such as in Zambia, South Africa, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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  • Labor regulationin Zambia Finding the right balance
    Labor regulationin Zambia Finding the right balance

    Dec 21, 2015· The high cost of doing business impedes privatesectorgrowthin Zambia. In a country where the majority of the jobs are expected to come from the privatesector, the costs of hiring and firing workers are an important determinant of firms’ competitiveness. Recently, the issue of minimum wages have also taken center stage.

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  • ZambiaOverview World Bank
    ZambiaOverview World Bank

    Aug 13, 2020·Zambiais large, landlocked, resource-rich country with sparsely populated land in the center of Southern Africa. It shares its border with eight countries (Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe) that serve as an expanded market for its goods.

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  • Industrial Relations The Role of Government, Business
    Industrial Relations The Role of Government, Business

    Industrial Relations:Industrial relationsthen refers to the relationship between employers and employees. This needs to be a good relationship, the divisions need to be working together as efficiently as possible, in order to maximize economic gain and the potential forindustrialgrowth.

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  • Collective bargaining and labourrelations(Collective
    Collective bargaining and labourrelations(Collective

    Collective bargaining is a fundamental right. It is rooted in the ILO Constitution and reaffirmed as such in the 1998 ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.Collective bargaining is a key means through which employers and their organizations and trade unions can establish fair wages and working conditions.

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  • Industrial Relations What is Human Resource (Defined
    Industrial Relations What is Human Resource (Defined

    The term ‘Industrial Relations’ comprises of two terms: ‘Industry’ and ‘Relations’. “Industry” refers to “any productive activity in which an individual (or a group of individuals) is (are) engaged”. By “relations” we mean “the relationships that exist within theindustrybetween the employer and his workmen.”. The termindustrial relationsexplains the relationship ...

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  • Political settlements, themining industryand corporate
    Political settlements, themining industryand corporate

    Jan 01, 2019· The period leading up to privatisation saw the wider economy in free-fall and the industry at historically low productivity after being starved of investment. 3 The mode, method and results of the late 90 s privatisation of the nationalised copper mining company, Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines (ZCCM), has been a recurring theme: a privatisation forced by international organisations as part of …

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  • themining sector in zambia
    themining sector in zambia

    themining sector in zambiaAs a leading global manufacturer of crushing, grinding andminingequipments, we offer advanced, reasonable solutions for any size-reduction requirements including quarry, aggregate, and different kinds of minerals.

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  • Zimbabwe NewIndustrial PolicyHailed
    Zimbabwe NewIndustrial PolicyHailed

    The Zimbabwe NationalIndustrialDevelopmentPolicy(ZNIDP) 2019-2023 that Government has launched, is expected to guide the sustainable growth of the country'sindustrial sector, according to ...

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  • Five common challenges facing themining industry Aggreko
    Five common challenges facing themining industry Aggreko

    Additionally, a change inminingpractices has led to a renewed emphasis on the importance of consistent ventilation systems – to ensure that workers are kept safe from dangerous fumes. 3. Access to Capital. Access and allocation of capital is often cited as one of the biggest issues facing themining industry, especially for its juniors.

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  • SectoralPoliciesDepartment (SECTOR) (SECTOR)
    SectoralPoliciesDepartment (SECTOR) (SECTOR)

    Sectoralpolicieshave a long history since ILO’s foundation in 1919. The ILO has been promoting decent work in each specific economicsectorthrough consensus building, knowledge development, capacity development, andpolicycoherence. Such sectoral approach is expected to become even more relevant in the context of the Future of Work.

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  • Liberia The Future of Liberia'sMining Industry Young
    Liberia The Future of Liberia'sMining Industry Young

    Analysis - An agreement between the Ministry of Mines and Energy and Bea MountainMiningCompany is showing great prospect as young Liberianminingengineers, who are beneficiaries of the program ...

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  • 3,000 jobs lost expose precarious working conditions in
    3,000 jobs lost expose precarious working conditions in

    May 16, 2019· 3,000 jobs lost expose precarious working conditions in Zambia’s copper mines. 16 May, 2019 Glencore’s Mopani Copper Mine announced that it will close two shafts and retrench 600 permanent workers and a further 1,500 from contracted companies, and Zambian unions are angry. While Mopani says the shafts are old and costly to maintain, the unions say the mining companies don’t care about …

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  • IndustrialDevelopment Corporation (IDC)ZambiaLimited
    IndustrialDevelopment Corporation (IDC)ZambiaLimited

    IndustrialDevelopment Corporation is a State-Owned Enterprise charged with the mandate to spearhead the Zambian Government’s commercial investments. Have any questions? +260 211 427000 or …

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  • CurrentMiningJobsin Zambia2020 See
    CurrentMiningJobsin Zambia2020 See

    LumwanaMiningCompany Limited (LMC), a copperminingcompany owned by Barrick Gold Corporation is situated in the North Western region ofZambia, some 300 km west of the Zambian C ...

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