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Psa Signed Wage Agreement


The government and the public sector union will sign a new collective agreement. While the 1.5% may have different views, the Committee is pleased that the government has proven to be a benevolent employer during this pandemic, during which not all public servants have experienced wage cuts during this pandemic. This collective agreement is therefore to be welcomed as a consequence of the weakening of the economy. The committee is wary of the rising cost of living during this pandemic. The Public Service and Administration Portfolio Committee (PSA) welcomed the signing of the collective agreement between the government as employer and organized unions. The Civil Servants` Association finally signed a draft collective agreement for the civil service, which provides for a 1.5% wage increase, thus ending marathon negotiations between the government and the unions. The agreement will provide officials with up to R1,695 silver tokens. The 1.5% wage increase dates back to the beginning of the month. The agreement reads as follows: “The employer pays a single pensionable salary adjustment of at least 1.5% to all out of 1. Employees in April 2021 employed in the public sector who do not receive a pensionable increase resulting from a salary increase [in other words, a salary-related increase over years of service] relative to the applicable performance cycle, payable to them under a Public Service Coordinating Council or sectoral agreements regulating salary progression, including workers at the highest level of their level of treatment. PSA finally signs a draft collective agreement for the public sector that marks the end of marathon wage negotiations-SABC News Its signature brings to more than 50% the number of unions that have accepted the government`s current wage offer, i.e.

the legal majority. This collective agreement was born out of sacrifices, compromises and a deeper understanding of the selfless leaders of the government and organized unions who have thought deeply about our difficult economic conditions, which have been negatively affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Parliament, Wednesday, 28 July 2021 – The Civil Service portfolio and Administration Commission (PSA) has welcomed the signing of the collective agreement between the government as employer and organised trade unions. The agreement reads as follows: “The employer pays a single pensionable salary adjustment of at least 1.5% to all out of 1. Employees in April 2021 employed in the public sector who do not receive a pensionable increase resulting from a salary increase [in other words, a salary-related increase over years of service] relative to the applicable performance cycle, payable to them under a Public Service Coordinating Council or sectoral agreements regulating salary progression, including workers at the highest level of their level of treatment. “This collective agreement was born out of sacrifices, compromises and a deeper understanding of the selfless leaders of the government and organized unions who have deeply reflected on our difficult economic conditions that have been negatively affected by the coronavirus pandemic. While the 1.5% may have different views, the Committee is pleased that the government has proven to be a benevolent employer during this pandemic, during which not all public servants have experienced wage cuts during this pandemic. This collective agreement is therefore to be welcomed as a consequence of the weakening of the economy. The committee is wary of the rising cost of living during this pandemic. The Committee wishes to express its gratitude to the Government, in particular the head of the Government delegation in the negotiations, the Minister of Civil Service and Administration, Mr. Senzo Mchunu, for ensuring that the negotiations are based on fairness and transparency regarding the financial situation of the country and juggle too many government priorities.

and at the same time fighting to save lives from the coronavirus pandemic. PUBLISHED BY PARLIAMENTARY COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES ON BEHALF OF THE CHAIR OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE PORTFOLIO AND ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION, MR. TYOTYO JAMES. For media inquiries or interviews with the Chair, please contact the Committee`s Media Officer: Name: Sureshinee Govender Parliamentary Communications Services Tel: 021 403 2239 Cell: 081 704 1109 Email: [email protected] The agreement also provides public servants with a tip of up to R1,695. The 1.5% wage increase is dated early this month. The government and public sector unions want to sign a new wage agreement: wage negotiations in the public sector are entering their final phase: the South African Democratic Teachers Union, which represents 21% of the workforce, was the first to accept it, while other Cosatu affiliates, Nehawu and Popcru, rejected it. It was initially accepted by the South African Democratic Teachers Union, which makes up 21% of the workforce, but was rejected by other affiliates of Kosatsu, Nehow and Popkul. “The signing of PSA marks the end of the negotiations, which means that the PSBC resolution is in the majority and ready to be implemented,” said Ruben Maleka, PSA`s chief executive. . Read the original article on the South African Parliament. “With the signing of the PSA, this marks the end of the negotiations, which now means that the PSBC RESOLUTION enjoys the majority and is ready to be implemented,” said Reuben Maleka, CEO of PSA. .

The Committee wishes to express its gratitude to the Government, in particular to the head of the Government delegation in the negotiations, the Minister of Civil Service and Administration, Mr. Senzo Mchunu, for ensuring that the negotiations are based on fairness and transparency regarding the financial situation in which the country finds itself and juggle too many government priorities. and at the same time fighting to save lives from the coronavirus pandemic. The PSA represents 18% of the country`s 1.2 million civil servants. . Since members of the Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence (JSCI) deal with classified or top-secret information, it is the only committee that holds meetings that are generally closed to the public. JSCI members must obtain security clearance from the national intelligence agency before they can serve on this committee. .

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