Updated: 14 Aug 2017

Collective Bargaining

[kuh-lek-tiv] [bahr-guh-ning]

A negotiation process that occurs between employers (or their representatives) and the representatives of a union to negotiate issues that consists of wages, hours of work and other conditions of employment. Normally results in a written contract that is defined by specific time duration – ‘life of the contract’. Doesn’t necessarily comprise of bargaining as the name suggests.
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