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COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS



1999

2000

Public Health and Welfare Sector Bargaining Council

Public Health and Welfare Sector Bargaining Council

2001

Public Health and Welfare Sector Bargaining Council

Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council

2002

Public Health and Welfare Sector Bargaining Council

Implementation of dispute resolution procedures of the PHWSBC

Appointment of a panel of Consiliators and Arbitrators

2003

Public Health and Welfare Sector Bargaining Council

2004

Public Health and Welfare Sector Bargaining Council

2005

Uniform Allowance

Agreement in Administering Disciplinary Hearings in terms of resolution 1/2003 of the PSCBC

Dispute procedure on cases emanating from resolution 7/2002 of the PSCBC

2006

Public Health and Welfare Sector Bargaining Council

Adoption of the rules for conduct of the proceedings before the public health and social development sectorial bargaining council

2007

Public Health and Welfare Sector Bargaining Council

Agreement on the operation of chambers of the Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Bargaining Council (PHSDSBC)

Agreement on Implementation of an Occupational Specific Dispensation (OSD) for Nurses

2008

Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2009

2010

2011

Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2012

Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2013

Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2014

Resolution of 2014

Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2015

constitution of the Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2016

constitution of the Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2017

Constitution of the Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2018

constitution of the Public Health and Social Development Sectoral Council

2019

2020



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