The National Employment Council for the Security Industry of Zimbabwe (NECSIZ) came out of NEC for Commercial Sector.
Its Constitution was registered with the Ministry of Labour in 2010. NECSIZ is made up of four parties – two Employer Associations (Zimbabwe National Security Association, ZINSA, and Security Association of Zimbabwe, SAZ) and two Unions (Zimbabwe Security Guards Union, ZISEGU, and Private Security Workers Union, PSWU).
Necsiz offers a platform for collective bargaining. The Trade Union and Employers’ Association meet at Necsiz to negotiate conditions of employment of the security industry.
Relationships are characterised by disputes that are inevitable, with no exception to an employment relationship. According Section 62(1)(a) of the Labour Act, Necsiz has a duty to settle disputes.
Necsiz’s mandate is to empower, impart labour knowledge to members through training and workshops. Members are provided with affordable, informed labour advice and training in the security industry with industrial labour experts.
Institutional visits for the purpose of checking and ascertaining labour law and regulations compliance are done by Necsiz-designated agents accordingly.
Necsiz is there to prevent disputes from happening. Through advice giving, training and inspections done in respective industries, disputes can be prevented and minimised. industrial labour experts.
Appeals and grievances processing
Unresolved appeals and grievances in the industry are referred to respective Necsiz. The Necsiz has respective Appeals/ Grievance Committees to professionally, legally and adequately deal with the appeals and grievances in a bid to resolve them.