Headline consumer inflation rose to 5.3% year-on-year in January from 5.1% in December.
Tag: wage bargaining
Refresh your knowledge and skills on wage bargaining using LRS resources created for trade union negotiators.
Annual headline inflation fell from 5.5% in November to 5.1% in December.
The annual consumer price inflation was 5.5% in November 2023, down from 5.9% in October 2023.
Bargaining Benchmarks helps trade union negotiators to enter negotiations as informed and strategic role players.
A resource for trade union negotiators in South Africa.
Headline inflation increased from 5.4% in September 2023 to 5.9% in October 2023.
Fuel and food push inflation up to 5.4 per cent in September 2023
You have signed the collective agreement. You have shared it with your constituency and filed it safely for future reference. What if you could benchmark the agreement against agreements in other unions or sectors? You can do this and more with the LRS Agreements Database (AGREED).
How have unions fared at the negotiating table? Our wage outcomes report aims to inform trade union strategic bargaining in 2023 and beyond.
The Wage Bargaining Review helps the trade union negotiator to track and compare the unions’ performance against set bargaining benchmarks. View the collective bargaining outcomes across industries for 2021 and 2022 and compare wage settlements in selected unions.
Trade unions in the public sector want big changes in how the remuneration of their members is negotiated. In this video, HOSPERSA’s Chief Negotiator at the PSCBC, Suzan Ntlatleng, shares the key lessons learned during wage negotiations.
This wage bargaining guide is for negotiators in all kinds of bargaining environments.
There are certain key steps to take when preparing for wage bargaining. From gathering information to developing positions to take into negotiations, learn how the effective negotiator approaches wage bargaining.