The main objective is to inform, arbitrate and ultimately ensure compliance with collective agreements that the Minister of Labour extends to non-parties, knowing with maturity the economic consequences for small businesses, and to ensure a fair outcome, after all factors have been objectively weighed. The Council`s role in dispute resolution is to ensure that dispute resolution is resolved in a timely and effective manner to meet the accreditation requirements of the CCMA and to maintain industrial peace in the sector. To this end, the Commission appoints accredited CCMA commissioners and arbitrators with knowledge and understanding of the construction and civil engineering industry. The Compliance Department is responsible for ensuring compliance with BCCEI collective agreements and dealing with applications related to these agreements. An Independent Exemption Commission (IEB) and an independent exception claims processing body (IEAB), made up of experienced and qualified individuals not employed by the BCCEI, review applications for waivers relating to all conditions contained in our respective collective agreements, in accordance with the statutes of the boards. From the outset, the BCCEI`s approach has been consistent with the objective of resolving concerns in the best interests of all parties under the legislation and the objective of maintaining relationships to ensure that the employee/employers and employers involved in a given investigation continue their relationship at the end of our investigation. In all dismissal cases referred to the Democratic Republic of Congo, the applicant and respondent must first consider a conciliation procedure in order to settle the dispute amicably. In the event of a transaction, the matter will be subject to arbitration at the request of the applicant. The matter is settled by an independent commissioner appointed by the Council in cases of order.
. The Council of Collective Agreements for the Building and Civil Engineering Industry (BCCEI) is a legal body created under the Labour Relations Act (LRA) 66 of 1995 to ensure the co-regulation of stable and productive working conditions in the construction and civil engineering sector. The Council is a sector forum for businesses and organized workers, which governs employment conditions and labour relations in the construction and civil engineering sector. It provides the administrative infrastructure and technical know-how needed to ensure effective collective bargaining, compliance with industry rules, dispute resolution and social protection services. The resolution of disputes between employers and workers is one of the tasks of the BCCEI BCCEI- The Collective Wage and Function Class Agreement, which expires on August 31, 2021. Disputes that may be dealt with by the Democratic Republic of Congo are dismissals due to operational requirements, including reduction, inability to work due to illness or poor performance of work, misconduct, issues that have led to strikes or lockouts, refusal of employer, unfair suspension, unfair employer behaviour and disputes over payment of compensation.