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​​​Commission for conciliation and Mediation​

The Commission for Conciliation and Mediation has been established under Section 87 of the Employment Relations Act 2008, (as amended), thereby replacing the Industrial Relations Commission (IRC) which was established under Section 41 of the repealed Industrial relations Act 1973.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 the promotion and the improvement of employment relations at the workplace.​


Our vision

   To gain recognition and value from all stakeholders for fostering sound, harmonious and peaceful relations in the working arena.

 

Our mission

   To resolve labour conflict in mutual respect with minimum legal formalities.

 

Our aim

   To continually improve our service delivery in improving working life and encouraging fair labour practices.

 

Our values

  •    Neutrality
  •    Confidentiality
  •    Team Spirit
  •    Responsiveness
  •    Timeliness

   Quality

Composition of the Commission


​President

Mr I.  Seetohul ​

Vice President

Mrs H.  Prayag-poo​​nith 

Representatives of Workers

Mr P. Yvon 

Mr J. Hurry


Representatives of Employers

Mr A. Balluck 

Mr. K. T. Appadu 

Mr. G. T. G. 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 

Mr. R. Ramkurrun            

Senior Labour & Industrial Relations Officer 

Ms F. Juman

Human Resources Executive

​Mr. V. Bisumbher

Labour & Industrial Relations Officer



 

Labour  Dispute FORM

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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​​