Mission: To promote sound Labour Relations in the interest of stable
socio-economic growth and to promote the growth of sustainable
employment in Namibia.
Newsletter - September 2016:
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Newsletter Sep 2016 | 608KB.
Special Planning Meeting - 08 October 2016:
The NEF kindly invites its colleagues and members to attend a special planning meeting on 8th October at the Safari Hotel from 09H00 to ±14H00 (lunch included). The meeting will review the last 3 years and plan the next three, in order to strengthen and expand membership and to improve and expand on our service delivery.
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Training Calendar - Jul-Dec 2016:
Training is not just a cost it is a way to build your staff and your company, making your staff more effective and more efficient.
See more (PDF | 266KB)
The NEF's AGM took place on 17 May 2016.
March 2016: Government Notice - Amendment of regulations made under the Social Security Act.
See more (PDF | 182KB)
22 February 2016: Media Statement: Why NEEEF?:
Media Statement: NEEEF Bill (PDF | 209KB)
11 February 2016: Draft NEEEF Bill: Stakeholders Review:
Please send any comments or suggestions regarding this bill as soon as possible so that we may respond in time.
Draft NEEEF Bill (PDF | 262KB)
Employment Services Act: Please take note of this information from the NEF Employment Services Act Board members.
General Business Courses expected for 2016 (PDF | 243KB)
The Namibian Employers' Federation (NEF) is the largest and oldest employers' organisation in Namibia.
As such it is recognized by Government as the most representative employers' organisation in accordance with ILO regulations.
Membership is open to any employer, large or small, the only criteria being compliance with Namibian Labour and other Legislation.
Occupational Health & Safety
HIV/AIDS & Wellness
|Our main services include Advocacy, Training, HR/IR advice, Disciplinary hearing assistance, Guidance with conciliation and arbitration hearings, Representation at Government level and more.||Employers are obliged by law to provide their employees with a safe and healthy working environment. The NEF offers various services and training in the area of Occupational Health and Safety.||The NEF recognises the implications of HIV/Aids both in the workplace and on a broader scale. It has committed itself to encourage companies to participate actively in HIV/Aids and Wellness workplace policies and programmes.|