The Association of Lesotho
Employers and Business (ALEB) was established in 1961 to
facilitate dialogue between the Government, Employers and
employees (through their trade unions).
The ALEB is a union of employers. It is registered in terms of
Section 173 of the Labour Code Order No.24 of 1992 as an
employers organization. The Association is recognized as an
representative of the employers of Lesotho.
It is a non-profit making organization. It is financed by its
member's subscriptions and fees. The Objectives of the
Association as contained in its constitution are to:
Provide industrial relations services and legal services to
public and private sector businesses.
Promote harmonious relations between employers and their
Create a better understanding of the role and importance of
employers and business in social progress and economic
Maintain cooperation between employers and their social
Represent employers at various fora.
Provide advisory, representational and services which assist
employers in the operation of their businesses.
REPRESENTATION ON COMMITTEES AND BOARDS:
strives to assist and influence in the formulation and
implementation of national socio-economic policies through
direct participation and interaction of its representatives with
relevant governmental Ministries, departments, agencies and
through the following structures, Committees and Boards and
Technical and Vocational Training Board
National Advisory Committee on Labour
Wages Advisory Board, National Committee on Occupational Safety
Industrial Relations Council
Board of the Institute of Labour Studies
Board of Lesotho Revenue Authority
Inter-Ministerial Task Team
INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL REPRESENTATION:
is recognised as the official employers spokesperson in
international structures such as: