There are 1,2 million migrant workers in South Africa, representing 4% of the labour market, The majority of these are from the region and are employed in precarious and low incomes sectors such as domestic work, agriculture and construction (Statistics South Africa 2012).
South African Government, plans to implement a national minimum wage. What does that mean and is it a good idea?
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung South Africa and the Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers’ Union (SACTWU) will be partnering in a Workplace Production Systems Pilot Study on 15 – 19 June 2015 in Cape Town. Presented by Ralph Hensel and Konrad Siegel of Germany, topics include Measuring Productivity and Work Study Methods, Introduction to Work Organisational Concepts, Work Structurization, Workplace Design and Ergonomics.