The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy is in charge of the administrative and technical matters, including: selection of conciliators and arbitrators, maintenance of the Directory of conciliators and arbitrators, implementation of the procedure for amicable settlement of labour dispute.
The procedure for amicable resolution of labour disputes shall be initiated by filing a motion to the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, by the parties in dispute, jointly or individually. The motion will contain:
- Name and address or company name and seat of parties in dispute and
- Subject of the dispute.
The motion shall be accompanied with pertinent documentation in relation to the subject of the dispute, as well as names of the witnesses, if any.
The motion for assisted collective bargaining will contain: the type of the collective agreement, participants, venue and time of bargaining, joint proposal, name, family name and address of the conciliator.
If the motion has been filed by one of the parties in dispute, the other party will be invited to declare whether it accepts the amicable settlement of the dispute within five working days.
Conciliator or arbitrator shall be selected by the parties in dispute, jointly, and if unable to agree on the conciliator or arbitrator, the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy will appoint one electronically from the Directory of conciliators and arbitrator.
IMPORTANT! The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy shall cover the remuneration of the conciliator or arbitrators.
|For any additional information on the manner and procedure of amicable settlement of labour disputes, visit the website of the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy at www.mtsp.gov.mk contact the Ministry at telephone (02)3106 456 or at e-mail: email@example.com, each working day from 09 to 16.|