“For many years ATE has been urging the government to reduce the SDL charges from five to two per cent as it increases the cost of doing business,” reports the Citizen. For more information, read the attached news article.
The Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) has recently partnered with China and the government to educate Chinese nationals on how to legally and better do business in the country. For more details, read the attached news article by The Guardian.
“ For Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) 10.7% of respondents are smokers, 26.1% drink alcohol and only 49.6% does physical exercises, thus, put workforce to the risk of getting NCDs,” says part of the report. View Publication
ATE successfully joined a team of experts to validate the EAC Common Market score card to ensure free movement of labour in the East Africa.View Publication
The two days Workshop on Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) which tookplace at Ramada Encore Hotel, was organized by ATE and TUCTA with support from Danish Industry (DI). View Publication
EYA 2016 Gala Dinner!!
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