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Constructional Engineering Association News
TESD increases awareness for industry issues
Industry body the Temporary Employment Services Division (TESD) – as an affiliate of the Constructional Engineering Association (CEA) – continuously embarks on initiatives for members, non-members...
Is there a need for TES in SA’s construction industry?
It is without a doubt that many industries have taken a serious knock during the pandemic. Those involved in South Africa’s construction industry had their hands tied, especially at the onset of...
Wage negotiations in Metals and Engineering sector should be about protecting jobs while ensuring decent living wage – CEA
Last year’s historic wage standstill agreement in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic will see this year’s wage talks pose a tough challenge for employers engaged in the steel construction industry,...
HC Heat Exchangers named ‘most innovative’ at Seifsa awards
The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) on Thursday crowned HC Heat Exchangers as the Most Innovative Company of the Year at its Awards for Excellence ceremony....
Labour broking not a dying breed
Although the temporary employment sector has been under pressure over some years it has now reached a level they are regarded as legitimate for sectors in an open economy. The industry continues...
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CBE showcases Built Environment National Logbook prior to launch
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