The Compliance Department is responsible for ensuring compliance with the respective BCCEI collective agreements and for dealing with matters relating to them. The Civil Engineering Industry Council (BCCEI) is a legal body established under the Labour Relations Act (LRA) 66 of 1995, to enable the co-regulation of stable and productive labour relations in the civil engineering industry. The Council is a sectoral forum of organised enterprises and workers which regulates employment conditions and employment relations in the civil engineering sector. It provides the administrative and technical infrastructure necessary to ensure effective collective bargaining, sector compliance, dispute resolution and social protection services. From the outset, the BCCEI`s approach has been conciliatory with the goal of resolving concerns in the best interests of all parties under the law and maintaining relationships to ensure that workers and employers involved in a particular application continue their relationship as a result of our investigation. The main objective is to clarify, communicate and, ultimately, guarantee the provisions of collective agreements, as extended by the Minister of Labour to non-parties, taking into account the economic impact they could have on small enterprises and to ensure a fair result after objectively weighing all the factors. An Independent Exemption Body (IEB) and an Independent Board of Appeal for Exceptions (IEAB), composed of highly experienced and qualified persons who are not employed by the BCCEI, in order to examine requests for derogation from all the conditions contained in our respective collective agreements, in accordance with the Council Constitution. The Board`s dispute resolution function is to ensure that dispute resolutions are resolved in a timely and efficient manner in order to meet the CCMA`s certification requirements and maintain peace at work in the sector. To this end, the Council appoints highly accredited CCMA Commissioners and Adjudicators, who have expert knowledge and understanding of the civil engineering industry.
. BCCEI Wage and Task Grade Collective Agreement – end 31. August 2021 The disputes likely to be dealt with by the DRC Council are dismissals related to the demands of the company, also known as reductions, incapacity for work related to poor health or poor work performance, faults, problems that led to strikes or lockouts, refusal to bargain by an employer, unfair suspension, unfair behaviour of the employer and disputes over the payment of 100,000,000,000,000,000 All this would be considered legal litigation. For more information on where disputes should be referred, see the downloadable graphic “Overview of the Dispute Resolution Process” on this page. In arbitration proceedings, the arbitral adviser shall consult both parties to the dispute and render an arbitral award on the basis of the evidence and arguments heard, as well as on whether the dismissal was procedurally and/or substantively fair. The settlement of disputes between employers and employees is one of the tasks of the BCCEI. The BCCEI can resolve disputes between employers and workers, as well as between the Board and members, from a compliance perspective. The BCCEI has authorized a number of designated officers at your service, as did the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995, to fulfill this obligation and support all parties to the best of their ability. .