The Commission for Conciliation and Mediation has been established under Section 87 of the Employment Relations Act 2008 (Act No. 32 of 2008) thereby replacing the Industrial Rela​tions Commission (IRC) which was established under Section 41 of the repealed Industrial Relations Act 1973.
The main function of the Commission for Conciliation and Mediation is to provide conciliation, mediation and advisory services for promoting the improvement of industrial relations in the workplace.
OUR VISION
Be a one-stop specialist agency assisting employers, employees and trade unions to resolve fairly and promptly their disputes with minimum legal formalities through discussion, negotiation and mediation.
 
OUR MISSION
To provide a broader range of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms to supplement formal litigation and assist trade unions, employees and employers to resolve their differences creatively.
 
OUR CORE VALUES
(a)        Quality.
(b)        Neutrality.
(c)        Confidentiality.
(d)        Responsiveness, Relevance and Timeliness.
(e)        Team Spirit.
 
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COMMISSION 
In accordance with Section 87(2)  of the Employment Relations Act 2008, the Commission shall be constituted and shall consist of-
(a)  a President;
(b) a Vice-President; and
(c)  not more than 6 other members who shall be appointed by the Minister for such period as he may determine after consultation with the most representative organizations of workers and employers; and
(d) not more than 2 independent members who shall be appointed by the Minister for such period as he may determine.
  

President

Mr Iswarduth Seetohul
Vice President Mrs Honita Prayag-Poonith
   
   
Representatives of Workers Mr Rajbunsing Seenundun
  Mr Patrick Yvon​
  Mr Joalaprasad Hurry
   

Representatives of Employers

Mr A. Balluck


Mr K.T. Appadu
  Mr G.T. Gilbert Bouic
   
Independent Members Mr D. Amavasee
  Mr D. Ludhor
   
Technical Staff Mrs P. Packiry Poullé        -Manager Human Resources​
  Mrs S. Curmoula                -Principal Labour & Industrial Relations Officer
  Mrs J.Prayagsing                -Senior Labour & Industrial Relations Officer
  Mr R.Ramkurrun                -Senior Labour & Industrial Relations Officer
  Mr V.Bisumbher                 -Labour &Industrial Relations Officer
   
   
 

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Office Address: Level 6 & 7, Silvercrest Court 16, Monseigneur Gonin Street, Port-Louis

Tel: 213 3600 Fax: 2134969

email: ccmlabour@govmu.org​​