Labour and HR Club Q&A
We have received a notification from one of our unions that a dispute has been raised at the DDPR (similar as the CCMA in South Africa) against the company regarding wage increases, maternity leave, annual leave and shift allowance (all of which are adhered to as stipulated in the Lesotho Labour Code). They claim to have majority representivity within the company, yet final verification (to confirm this) has not yet been done, nor has a collective and procedural agreement been formulated.
Would it be advisable to adhere to the dispute raised, attend the case at the DDPR and then just indicate that none of the above mentioned steps/procedures/documentation has been completed as yet or should we point this out to the union before attending the case.
User Mariana1977 asked at 27 Apr. 2016