The Employers Consultative Association has renewed its call for the labour movement to reconsider its decision to leave the National Tripartite Advisory Council.
The NTAC is made up of representatives from business, employers, government and trade union. However, the labour fraternity is no longer a part of the arrangement.
It claims that it cannot continue to contribute to the process when workers are feeling the brunt of what it describes as austerity measures.
ECA Chairman, Keston Nanco, in a News Power Now interview this afternoon suggested that the labour movement revisit its position on the issue.
Mr Nanco said NTAC’s work will be hindered going forward without the input of one of its key players.