Labour Law Conference. “Justice in Jobs” Role of Nedlac . Input by Herbert Mkhize 12 August 2010. What is Justice?.
“Justice in Jobs”
Role of Nedlac
Input by Herbert Mkhize
12 August 2010
On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations declared in the Universal Human rights Charter … almost 62 years ago.
Article 23 :
The Advent of Institutionalised Social Dialogue in South Africa marks the new beginning to “Justice on the Job”
Sustainable economic growth- to facilitate wealth creation: as a means of financing social programmes; as a spur to attracting investment; and as the key way of absorbing many more people into well-paying jobs.
Greater social equity- both at the workplace and in the communities: to ensure that the large-scale inequalities are adequately addressed, and that society provides, at least, for all the basic needs of its people.
Increased participation- by all major stakeholders, in economic decision-making, at national - company and shop-floor level - to foster cooperation in the production of wealth and its equitable distribution.
Building Blocks for Justice in Jobs
Building partnerships through policies that seek;
Minister of Public Works
Minister of Finance
Minister of Labour
Minister of Trade and Industry
Dr R Davies
President of Busa
Laura Kganyago Mike Ka Toni
SANCO WNC DPSA
resonance with the needs of the citizens.
on the policy thrust, ownership of such policies is co-shared.
challenges and squabbles.