Hangana Abalone signs recognition agreement with NAFAU

Abalone signing NAFAU

Following a successful and fruitful negotiation process, Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group subsidiary, Hangana Seafood last week signed a new Recognition and Procedural Agreement for Hangana Abalone based in Lüderitz, with the Namibia Food & Allied Workers Union (NAFAU).

Hangana Seafood Human Capital Manager, Bianca Muller: “The agreement will ensure that the relationship between management of Hangana Abalone and NAFAU is further strengthened, to ensure that Hangana Abalone and its employees can resolve workplace Industrial Relations (IR) matters in an amicable way.”

NAFAU branch organizer, Moses Ruben at the signing ceremony said the agreement will pave the way for workers to be represented equitably and to provide a meaningful service to the Union members. Ruben: “The union and its members are happy to have reached an agreement and will support all endeavours by the company in accordance with the Recognition Agreement.”

The agreement affects 41 Hangana Abalone employees.

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