The National Confederation of Eritrean Workers (NCEW) explained that the prevailing industrial relations in the country is a considerable resource for development. Asmara, 28 April, 2012 – The National Confederation of Eritrean Workers (NCEW) explained that the prevailing industrial relations in the country is a considerable resource for development.
Mr. Tsegai Mogos, Vice-Chairman of the NCEW and head of its foreign relations department, indicated that pervasive tripartite industrial relations in the nation, in line with the lofty values as regards the sense of work and labor law, have been a considerable supplement to the development drive.
The Confederation indicated that it accomplished various research undertakings pertaining to program feasibility and documentation of workers’ history besides the achievement it scored in management capacity and providing training courses to employees.
Mr. Tsegai explained that establishment of a new training center in the port city of Massawa has almost been finalized, and that it is expected to render training courses in 4 fields. He also pointed out that future plan of the
Confederation would consider the construction of a similar training center in Barentu.
According to the reports, the NCEW is member of various regional and international workers associations. The Confederation looks into such memberships as a good basis for exchange of mutual experience.