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The African Regional Labour Administration Centre (ARLAC) is seeking to recruit an Executive Director from its member countries. The Executive Director is responsible to the ARLAC Governing Council, through the Executive Office, for determining and formulating policies and providing the overall direction of the organisation with the guidelines set up by the Governing Council. This post is the strategic lead on organisational planning, organisational policy, performance management, performance improvement, collaborative and partnership working and communications. The Director is responsible for planning , directing and coordinating operational activities at the highest level of management with the help of Managerial staff to ensure delivery of the organisational mandate.

The deadline for application is 16 December 2017. Please CLICK HERE for more information.

12th ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE FOR SENIOR OFFICIALS 

RESPONSIBLE FOR LABOUR/EMPLOYMENT/MANPOWER ISSUES IN ENGLISH SPEAKING AFRICAN COUNTRIES  

(PERMANENT/PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES, DIRECTORS GENERAL & EQUIVALENTS)  



24 - 26 OCTOBER 2016

PROTEA HOTEL - PALICAN BAY, WALVIS BAY, NAMIBIA. 

It is with mixed feelings that we announce the departure of the Mr. Dan Neburagho effective 23 September 2016. Mr Neburagho was the ARLAC Director since 23 September 2013. It is always sad to lose a dedicated and hardworking team leader. Our only consolation is that Mr Neburagho is comfortable with his decision.

Mr Neburagho has contributed a lot to the success of this organisation. We acknowledge his efforts and thank him for the unconditional commitment and dedication throughout the years.  

Meanwhile, Dr. Locary Hlabanu will be the Acting Director of ARLAC until a suitable replacement is appointed.

The ARLAC Secretariat is pleased to announce that its Director, Mr. Dan E. Neburagho has been appointed IALI Vice President. IALI is the International Associaltion of Labour Inspection, a global professional association for labour inspection founded in 1972.

The main aims of IALI are:

  • to promote the professionalism of its members on all aspects of labour inspection, so as to enhance theor impact and effectiveness;
  • to hold international and regional conferences and similar events at which members can exchange ideas and experiences about how best to promote compliance with labour law and good practice;
  • to provide information to its members about professional issues through the Association's website, newsletter, reports and other publications;
  • to promote closer collaboration between its members, through regional networking and activities.

IALI seeks to achieve these aims through a wide range of activities each year. Its activities often focus on working conditions and occupational safety and health topics and other concerns of labour inspectors, such as illegal employment and child labour.

ARLAC, through its Director, is pleased to be part of these endeavours and wishes IALI and indeed Mr. Neburagho all the success.  

 

 

Membership

Nineteen countries have ratified the ARLAC agreement and these are:

  • Botswana
  • Egypt
  • Ethiopia
  • Ghana
  • Kenya
  • Lesotho
  • Liberia
  • Malawi
  • Mauritius
  • Namibia
  • Nigeria
  • Sierra Leone
  • Somalia
  • South Africa
  • Sudan
  • Swaziland
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

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Cell:  +263 712 606364 or +263 712 616835
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E-mail Address: arlac@arlac.co.zw



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