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The Employers' Confederation of Zimbabwe promotes and protects the interests of employers in Zimbabwe, by lobbying government on national policies, practices and standards on labour, employment and related socio-economic issues.

The Employers' Confederation of Zimbabwe fosters a working relationship with the trade unions and from time to time will promote joint representation to government in areas of mutual concern in the Labour Market.

To provide leadership in the provision of advisory and consultancy services on labour and employment matters, including; collective Bargaining, Termination of employment & retrenchments, and drafting employment Codes of Conduct.

Health & Safety

The specialists of EMCOZ attend to the appointment of your representatives and other health and safety aspects.

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Corporate Governance

Know your fiduciary duties, personal liabilities, financial, environmental and ethical sustainability norms and many more.

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News & Views

Emcoz keeps members updated by regularly sharing an overview of relevant labour related activities and news.

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Employment Equity

We ensure that you comply with Employment Equity and thus avoid excessive penalties.

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Management Training

EMCOZ submits workplace skills plans and annual training reports (WSP’s and ATR’s).

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Codes of good Practise

We ensure that members have Codes on their premises for understanding individual rights.

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Recent Projects

Supporting Companies in Implementing Workplace HIV and AIDS Programmes

Background Information EMCOZ has been getting support from the Global Fund (GF) to assist companies in establishing and scaling up the response to HIV and AIDS in the workplaces. GF… read more →


Skills For Youth Employment And Rural Development Programme

The project seeks to create jobs for youths in Zimbabwe’s Urban and Rural communities. The project adopted a tripartite approach in its implementation, this social partnership comprises of Business represented… read more →

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