At a second congress conducted on 18 and 19 January, the National Confederation of Eritrean Workers Central Committee elected five members of Executive Committee.
Asmara, 22 January 2019- At a second congress conducted on 18 and 19 January, the National Confederation of Eritrean Workers Central Committee elected five members of Executive Committee.
According to the report the Chairman of the NCEW, Mr. Tekeste Baire presented, it was indicated that in the past two years the confederation has been engaged in foiling external conspiracies against the homeland and that with the prevailing peace prospect the priority will be given to strengthening organizational capacity and harmonizing plan of action in congruent with unfolding situation.
Mr. Tekeste reiterated that priority will also be given to organizing training programs with a view to develop vocational skill of workers to enable them become productive and innovative as well as creating conducive atmosphere at work places in cooperation with employers.
At the meeting reports were presented focusing on workers organizations, work relationships, administration and finance, women workers, human resources development as well as international relations.
The participants adopted recommendations including organizing training programs in accordance with timely needs, ensuring the implementation of labor agreements, strengthening relations with professional associations, alleviating challenges of the labor unions at all levels, preserving the work ethics of the NCEW, expansion of membership and other issues relevant to the confederation.
The congress also adopted activity plan for 2019.