Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) deliberates and decides on any matter referred to it by the Management Board. The decisions taken guide the functions and work flows to be prioritised and carried out the coming year.
The Management Board manages, controls, and administers the affairs of ATE. It shall meet as often as it deem con-venient, but not less than four times per year.
The Executive Committee carries out the day-to-day affairs of ATE as delegated to it by the Management Board. It deals furthermore with matters of immediate urgency – pending the holding of a Management Board meeting.
The ATE Secretariat is headed by an Executive Director who has been appointed by the Management Board. He exe-cutes the functions of ATE at the head office and is responsible to the Management Board for the day-to-day manage-ment of the association’s affairs including its zonal offices, and for the maintenance of all proper records of accounts.
Zonal Supervisory Committee
The goal is to have office in the four zones of Tanzania. Each of these will have a Zonal Supervisory Committee.
With the head office in Dar es Salaam, the Association has one zonal office in Arusha (Northern zone) and it is in progress to establish a Lake Zone office in Mwanza. Division of responsibilities between head office and zonal offices are comprised in the review of ATE’s organizational structure.
ATE and its social partners, the Government and the Trade Unions form the TRIPARTITE FORUM which addresses all industrial relations and labour related issues at sectoral and national levels.