Small employers may be exempted from the provisions of the collective agreement, in particular for wages up to a maximum of 10% of the required rate of pay. The collective agreement defines who is a small employer. Please note that BCRCAT has the authority to enforce its agreements in accordance with Section 33A of the LRA. BcRCAT has designated representatives, who are required by the LRA and the collective agreement to monitor and enforce compliance. The Legal Service advises both employers and workers on complex labour law issues such as disciplinary measures, appeal procedures and reductions. These violations can be identified as a result of a routine inspection of a business by an agent or a complaint from an employee or former employee. If the representative finds that there is a violation of the main agreement, he is first discussed with the management and will endeavor to correct it. The following steps are implemented if the infringement is not corrected at this level: (Please contact the bcrcat agents or council offices to recover the agreements for a fee and get an explanation from your insurance as a small employer or worker) The main agreement is a collective agreement between the employers` organizations and the unions that form the bargaining council of the metallurgical and mechanical industry. The agreement provides for comprehensive employment conditions for some 320,000 planned workers (including workers provided by employment agencies) employed in more than 10,000 companies in the sector. “scheduled workers” means employees covered by the technical calendars of the main agreement. Once an agreement has been extended to non-parties, all companies and workers falling within the registered scope of the BCRCAT (geographically and branch) are bound by the provisions of the collective agreement.
Motor Industry Provident Agreement 43529 of July 2020 R794 The existence of the agreement plays an important role in ensuring stability and peace in the sector – mainly from: MOTOR INDUSTRY PROVIDENT FUND AGREEMENT – 7 August 2015 (3.52 MB) Is a metallurgy employer obliged to pay a bonus if it is not a member of SEIFSA ?. . .