Zufiaw Collective Agreement

Zufiaw is the only union in Zambia to have full-fledged and active departments for worker training and research, which focuses on training/training members and technical facilities in collective bargaining. Today, trade unions are increasingly recognized around the world as one of the most important institutions of national development and reconstruction. Reaffirms its commitment that no social economic progress can be achieved otherwise; They do so by fulfilling their economic function, which aims to strengthen the dignity and image of work, to cultivate self-esteem and updating, and to promote collective efforts surrounded by the unity of purpose. For these and other no less effective objectives, the Union of Financial Institutions and Allied Workers (ZUFIAW) was created. The headquarters of the Union is in Lusaka, in Zambia, in rooms – 28 Luangwa House, Postal Box 31174, Code 10101,Telephone 260-1-222105/231364 fax 260-1-231364.www.zufiaw.org.zm A selection of Zambian collective agreements is published here. You can find original texts, read and browse through individual chapters and articles based on the topics you`re interested in. If you click on a collective agreement, a page opens: to the left of the full text, in the right column you will find a summary of the tariff provisions. Zambian unions and employers have contributed to the collection of these CBAs. The publication is developed by the WageIndicator Foundation and the University of Dar es Salaam. Contact us. The introduction of Nyumba Ya Banja Mortgage Assistance sets in motion the company`s ambition to provide affordable and sustainable mortgages, financial, financial and other services allied to the benefit of the company and other interest groups.

Mildred Mutesa, Managing Director of zNBS, said the promotion of Nyumba Ya Banja mortgages was marked in the context of family security and sense of ownership. “It is a home for the family and a sense of family and collective ownership in the family home that ZNBS is proud to play in the promotion,” Mutesa said at the presentation of the long-awaited promotion. Mortgage aid launched on 24 February 2020 attracted the interest of the Vice-President of the Republic of Zambia, Ms. Inonge Mutukwa Wina. In a speech on his representative, Minister of Housing and Infrastructure, Eng. Charles Mushota at the Pamodzi Hotel in Lusaka, Ms. Wina identified some key factors that contributed to the growing housing deficit in Zambia to increase urbanization and high costs and limited availability of long-term financing. “Although the urban population has grown rapidly, investment in urban infrastructure has not kept up with population growth.

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