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NATIONAL PUBLIC SERVICE WORKERS UNION

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  • Mr. Pat MphelaPresident of NPSWU - Mr. Pat Mphela
  • Mr. Vela NgubaneVice President of NPSWU
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NPSWU_Badge_LogoIntroduction

The Union was established in 1962 and was known as the Hospital Non-European Staff Association (HNESA). Its name changed to Natal Provincial Administration Staff Association (NPASA) in the www.innodig.eu seventies, later to Natal Provincial Staff Association (NPSA) and finally to National Public Service Workers Union (NPSWU).

The Union was initially established to represent hospital workers employed by the province. It then extended membership to http://ticoon.com/levitra-online-canada-no-prescription other workers employed provincially as well as other Public Sector Departments in the Republic of buy cheap viagra online South Africa. It was one of the first truly racially integrated unions of its time.

A MEMBERSHIP FEE OF R 79,00 ENTITLES MEMBERS TO THE FOLLOWING

  • NPSWU is politically non-affiliated.

  • We are worker controlled, meaning that we take mandate from workers.

  • Our constitutional scope covers both Public and price levitra Private Sectors.

  • Qualified liasion ooficers and attorneys with vast experience.

  • Representation in all labour disputes with an 80 % success rate.

  • Provision of legal advice where appropriate.

  • Representation in collective bargaining \ negotiations in all relevant forums.

  • Training of members by qualified service providers \ commissioners.

  • 25% subsidy for members who are registered with the relevant professional councils.

  • 5% subsidy for members of EMRS for PDP renewal w.e.f. 1 January 2015.

  • Quick updates of information by SMS, email, fax and on this website.

Aims and Objectives of http://steljes.com/cialis-ed NPSWU

  • To promote and protect the rights and interests of its members regardless of race, colour, creed or gender.
  • To recruit and organise all workers employed in those sectors which provide services to the Public including voluntary and buy cialis where private sectors in the Republic of South Africa.
  • To promote training course, workshops and seminars for members to promote self enrichment.
  • To represent its members in negotiations in the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) and other sectoral councils such as the PHSDCBC and the GPSSBC at Provincial and National Government level, as set out in the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995; as well as Private Sector Workers.
  • To strive for the www.wildstrawberrylodge.com improvement of wages, salaries and conditions of service as well as safe and healthy working conditions for members.
  • To take such steps as are deemed expedient to secure and maintain sound economic and social standards for all members by regulating the relationship between employer and www.cncah.org employee.
  • To strive for the improvement, to promote, and monitor sound and fair Labour Relations for the benefit of members.
  • To liaise with the Employer\Employee Organisations as well as with Employee\Employee Organisations on jdlh.com Public Services and related matters.
  • To provide advice, service and legal representation to members.
  • To provide information and publication for the information and enlightenment of its members and the public about NPSWU and its work.

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  1. Advice and assistance to members who experience problems relating to their conditions of service and service benefits.
  2. Representing members in grievance and www.technexion.com disciplinary procedures.
  3. Regular information to only now viagra for sale without a prescription members on various matters regarding salaries, conditions of employment / service, labour matters, and other matters relating to the Union by publication on the NPSWU website.
  4. Providing legal assistance, where appropriate, after exhausting the internal grievance procedures for unfair dismissals and unfair labour practices.
 
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