Interdict against Collective Agreement for the Bargaining Council of Fast Food

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The Labour Court has granted FEDHASA an urgent interdict opposing extension of Bargaining Council Collective Agreement to non-parties. This means that Employers in the Fast Food, Restaurant, Catering and Allied Trades industry, that would have been affected by the bargaining council being extended to non-parties cannot be forced to comply for now and that they are protected for not participating.

 

This is good news as this extension would have had a devastating impact on the industry itself.

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