Workers’ unions in the private security sector reach a 13% wage deal

Workers' unions in the private security sector reach a 13% wage deal

Workers’ unions in the private security sector have reached a 13% wage deal with employers. The 28 unions approached the CCMA and the Bargaining Council to intervene in their wage negotiations. The deal will end possible strike action that was planned for the end of the month. Workers will also receive provident funds and medical aid as part of the settlement.
The increase comes into effect in March next year.

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