The development of the system of social partnership and collective-contractual relations are the main conditions for the protection of labor rights and interests of employees, ensuring the guarantee of the activities of KAZMUNAYGAZPROF and its member organizations.
In the city of Nur-Sultan on 23 may was held a regular meeting of the working group on the drafting of the Sectoral agreements in the oil and gas, refining and petrochemical sectors of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the years 2020-2022 which took an active part Talgat Eidinov, Deputy Chairman and Hairan Takoyev, head of the Central office KAZMUNAJGAZA, Mars Khairullin, Chairman of the local trade Union organization “Karachaganak petroleum operating B. V.”.
During the meeting of the working group, the received proposals and amendments on the draft Sectoral agreement from all social partners were considered, which were discussed and agreed in a constructive way.
In the business atmosphere, topical issues of guaranteeing the activities of trade unions were discussed, first of all, with regard to their unimpeded visit to the workplaces of trade Union members to fulfill their statutory obligations, as well as the exclusion of the item on granting bonuses to exempt trade Union workers elected to the bodies of the primary organization of the trade Union, leaving only the benefits that are provided to employees of the organization. The proposal to empower the Production councils to make proposals to the employer on bringing employees, officials to disciplinary responsibility for violation of the requirements of norms, rules and instructions on safety and health, encouragement of employees and technical inspectors gave rise to mixed opinions.
At the meeting of the working group were presented presentations with the participation of specialists and consultants of the Academy “PricewaterhouseCoopersTax and Advisory” on “Reward Management” (Oleg Syrbu — Senior consultant PWC Kazakhstan), as well as LLP “Ernst & young” on “Safety based on trust: the concept of “+1″ as a new modern approach that goes beyond the concept of zero injuries” (Dmitry Konovalchik — Director, head of services in the field of occupational health, industrial safety and ecology Ernst & Young). The participants of the meeting were acquainted with the practice of international companies to promote and stimulate labour, received information about a new approach to the issue of eliminating injuries in the workplace, an urgent issue for all parties involved in the production of oil and gas complex.
In General, the parties to the social partnership have come to a common position to guarantee the activities of trade unions, improve the safety and security of labor, stability in the workforce.