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ATE Attended a workshop with Trade Unions and Federations

ATE attended the workshop organized by the Office of the Registrar of Trade Unions, Employers Organizations and Federations which took place in Morogoro on 16th -18th May 2023.

 In his presentation on the role of Trade Unions, Employers Organizations and Federations in Promoting Industrial Peace and Harmony at Workplaces, Mr. Joseph Mwinulla, the Consultant and Trainer said that industrial harmony was not the absence of disagreement, but it is when there is an understanding between employers and employees that permits the system to achieve set goals.

“Productivity improvement, economic growth, competitiveness, sustainability of enterprises and service delivery to members of trade unions, employers’ association and their respective federations can be guaranteed under an environment of industrial peace and harmony at workplaces,” he said.

This workshop was attended  others attended by Key Tripartite partners-mployers, Government Officials and the Trade Union Congress of Tanzania (TUCTA).


From left ATE representative, Mr. Leonard M. Selestine (1st), Central Zone Manager, TUCTA President, Mr. Tumaini Nyamhokya (2nd), Registrar of Trade Union, Ms. Pendo Berege (3rd) and THTU representative (4th) while singing 'Solidarity' a song by Workers Union during the Workshop held in Morogoro on 16th -18th May 2023.
Participants in the group photo during the Tripartite Workshop held in Morogoro aiming among others to remind members on the importance of industrial harmony for productivity improvement and competitiveness at workplaces from 16-18 May 2023.