Employers association act as a monopolist in the sense that they constitute a single buyer of labour in the labour market. They establish the terms and conditions of employment. They engage in collective bargaining over wages. They spread technical and commercial information.
1. There are three recognized central employers’ associations in Nigeria.
2. The Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA)
3. The Manufacturers’ Association of Nigeria (MAN)
The Nigeria Association of chambers of commerce, industry, Mines, and Agriculture (NACCIMA).
Functions of Employers Association
1. To encourage their members to develop a formal bilateral relationship with workers’ unions
2. They provide advice and assistance in the area of personal management on issues of recruitment, discipline, and induction training.