Co-operative Employees Commission is a quasi-judicial body established under the Co-operative Employees Commission Act No. 12 of 1972. Activities related to the employees of National Level Co-operative Societies and Island wide Primary Co-operative Societies are within the purview of this Commission.
To create satisfied co-operative human resource
Formulating policies to enhance human resource in the Co-operative sector for the sustainable development of the Co-operative Movement
- Formulation of policies required for the human resource management in the Co-operative sector
- Making necessary legal requirements for service security
- Formulating industrial dispute resolving procedure and Providing consulting services in the co-operative sector
- Provide guidance on actions required for employee motivation
- Determining policies that should be followed in recruiting and promoting employees to Co-operative societies and granting of gratuity to them
- Determining required qualifications for the recruitment of persons to posts in the Co-operative societies and determining salary scales relevant to such posts.
- Determining procedures to be followed by Co-operative societies in disciplinary measures in relation to their employees
- Conducting inquiries regarding appeals submitted to the commission
- Resolving employee disputes, investigating appeals and initiating legal action against those Co-operative societies that violate orders.
- Conducting discussions, training programs and seminars on human resources development.