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    • Presented By Sumi SasiKumar S2,MBA GKMCCMT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
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      • Collective bargaining takes place when representatives of a labour union meet management representatives to determine employees’ wages and benefits and to solve other issues…
    • Definition of Collective bargaining
      • “ Collective bargaining is a process in which the representatives of business organization meet and attempt to negotiate a contract or agreement which specifies the nature of the Employee-Employer union relationship”
      • -Edwin B.Flippo
    • Characteristics of collective bargaining
      • It’s a group action as opposed to individual action.
      • It is flexible & mobile and not fixed.
      • It is a two-party process.
      • It is a continuous process.
      • it is dynamic and not static.
    • ………
      • It is a democratic function.
      • Collective bargaining is not a competitive process but a complementary process.
      • “ Its an art, an advanced form of human relations.”
    • Importance of collective bargaining
      • It helps to increase economic strength of both parties.
      • It helps to establish uniform conditions of employment.
      • Secure a prompt and fair redressal of grievances.
      • Avoid strikes, & coercive activities.
    • ………… .
      • Lay down fair rates of wages& norms.
      • Achieve an efficient operation of the plant.
      • It ensure old age pension benefits and other fringe benefits..
    • Bargaining Topics
    • Collective bargaining Process
      • Negotiation
      • Contract Administration
      • Identification of problem
      • Preparing for negotiations
      • Negotiations of agreement
      • The union see that the contract had been understood and take steps to implement it.
    • Conditions for the success of collective bargaining
      • Strong consultation between the trade union and the management is possible only when the bargaining power of two parties is relatively equal.
      • Both the parties must accept the principle of ‘free consultation’ & ‘free enterprise’.
      • Must have mutual confidence, good faith& desire to make collective bargaining a success
    • …… .
      • The willing acceptance by the management to recognize representative union for this purpose.
      • Should not await the union raise problems but should make every reasonable effort to prevent them.
      • The process of bargaining should be free from unfair practices.
    • Limited success of Collective bargaining in India
      • Problems with Unions
      • Problems with government
      • Legal problems
      • Political Interference
      • Attitude management
    • Recommendations of the NCL
      • Government intervention in industrial relations, particularly in the settlement of industrial disputes should be reduced gradually to the minimum possible extent. Compulsory adjudication of disputes should be used only as a last resort.
    • Recommendations..
      • Trade unions should be strengthened both organizationally and financially by amending the Trade Union ACT of 1926:
      • Make registration of unions compulsory.
      • Enhance the union membership fee.
      • Reduce the presence of outsiders in the union executive & among the office bearers
    • Recommendations..
      • Legal provision may be made either by amending an existing enactment for:
      • Compulsory recognition of trade unions and certification of unions as bargaining agents.
      • Prohibition and penalisation of unfair labour trade practices.
      • Bargaining in good faith by both employers and unions
    • Approaches to collective bargaining
      • As a PROCESS OF SOCIAL CHANGE.
      • As a PEACE TREATY between the conflicting parties.
      • As a system of INDUSTRIAL JURISPRUDENCE.
    • Views of Collective bargaining
      • From the MANAEMENT point of View:
      • To earn higher profits at lower costs
      • Maximum utilization of workers.
      • From LABOUR point of View:
      • Strengthening the Trade union movement because Trade unions are the bargaining agents of the workers.
    • VIEWS….
      • From the GOVERNMENT point of views:
      • Industrial peace is maintained through collective bargaining process..
    • TYPES OF BARGAINING
      • DISTRIBUTIVE BARGAINING
      • INTEGRATIVE BARAINING
      • It deals with issues or an issue in which two or more parties have conflicting or advisory interests
      • “ WIN-LOSS”
      • It is a process where both the parties can win, each contributing something for the benefits of other party.
      • “ WIN-WIN”
    • CONCLUSION
    • THANK YOU…..