MISA, the only registered trade union for employees in the retail motor industry
in South Africa, was formed after the merger of the Motor Industry Staff Association
(MISA) and the SA Motor Union (SAMU). Together, these two organisations have a proud
history of 129 years in the Retail Motor Industry.
Members enjoy the focused approach of a well-versed negotiating team representing
members’ interests in the collective bargaining process on wages and conditions
of employment at the Motor Industry Bargaining Council (MIBCO).
Qualified labour law practitioners provide free and expert legal advice and, where
appropriate, the necessary legal defence to members in the resolution of labour
disputes. The problem-solving approach is a major contributing factor in the resolution
of disputes in the workplace.
MISA has a proven track record of excellent service to all its members.
Non-union employees are encouraged to join MISA, The Intelligent Alternative, to
enjoy the benefits and protection it offers.
MISA's various publications are all available for reading online.
MISA eDATA November 2013
MISA DATA Summer 2013
Failure to reach agreement: the facts
We bring our members an update on the current Industry Negotiations.
MISA Women bring cheer at St George's
Members of the MISA Women’s Forum brought cheer and happiness to the children at St George’s Children’s Home recently.
MISA BURSARY SCHEME
Have you heard about the MISA BURSARY SCHEME for children of MISA members? If you have been a MISA member for five consecutive years, read on...
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