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Public Service Labour Relations Act, No. B of 1994
[NOTE: Referred to by LegalB as Act "A" of 1994 because no Act number was allocated to it]

Long title


To regulate anew labour relations in the Public Service, including collective bargaining at central, departmental and provincial levels, the registration, recognition and admission of employee organisations, and the prevention and settlement of disputes of a collective and individual nature between the State as employer, its employees and employee organisations, and to provide for matters connected therewith,

Table of contents

SECTION TITLE
1. Definitions
2.Administration and interpretation of Act
3.Application of Act
4.Fundamental principles
5.Public Service Bargaining Council and parties in Council
6.Chambers of Public Service Bargaining Council are bodies corporate, and limitation of liability of parties
7.Duties and functions of chambers of Council
8.Chairperson of chambers of Council
9.Constitutions of chambers of Council
10.Admission of employee organisations to chamber of Council
11.Registration of employee organisations
12.Meetings of chambers of Council
13.Agreements in chambers of Council
14.Establishment of committees of chambers of Council
15.Administration of chambers of Council;
16.Winding-up of chambers of Council
17.Recognition of employee organisations
18.Concilliation Boards
19.Right to strike or lock-out
20.Essential services
21.Compulsory arbitration
22.Powers and functions of Industrial Court
23.Power of Industrial Court in regard to reinstatement of employees, restoration of terms and conditions of employment, and unfair labour practices
24.Determination by Industrial Court
25.Jurisdiction of Labour Appeal Court, and appeals to Appellate Division
26.Transitional provisions
27.Repeal and amendment of laws and savings
28.Short title
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