Local government negotiating machinery - the Tanzanian solution
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic and Social Council;
United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
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The aim of the Act was to provide machinery for representing the views of junior local "Government employees on their terms and conditions of service (senior local Government employees defined as Executive Officer's or Town Clerks, Heads of Departments and their Deputies were excluded as they were expected to have their own association in due course). The Act established a National Joint Staff Council of not less than 10 and not more than 20 members. 15 was the final figure laid down in supporting Regulations, i.e., 8 on the Employers' side, one of whom was to be Chairman and 7 on the Union's ride of whom one was to be Vies Chairman. All were to be appointed by the Commission from, nominations, for the Employers' side by the Association of Local Authorities and for the Union's side by NUTA.