Presented By:-    MANOJ KUMAR
 Collective Bargaining is a process in which the  representatives of a labour organization & the  representatives of busi...
 is a collective process in which representatives of both the  management and employees participate. is a continuous pro...
 Prepare  Discuss  Propose  Bargain Settlement
 Wages and wage revisions Allowances and other perks Working hours, working conditions etc. Grievances Safety and hea...
 Collective bargaining increases the morale and  productivity of employees Effective collective bargaining machinery str...
 It becomes easier for the management to resolve issues  at the bargaining level rather than taking up  complaints of ind...
 Collective bargaining leads to industrial peace in the  country The discrimination and exploitation of workers is  cons...
 Existence of a strong Trade Union Existence of enlightened management Open minded approach from both sides Analytical...
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Collective bargaining

  1. 1. Presented By:- MANOJ KUMAR
  2. 2.  Collective Bargaining is a process in which the representatives of a labour organization & the representatives of business organization meet and attempt to negotiate a contract (MOU) or agreement, which specifies the nature of employees-employer union relationship”. Process involving discussions and negotiations ‘collective’ – group bargaining – proposals and counter proposals to reconcile their conflicting interests is a flexible approach
  3. 3.  is a collective process in which representatives of both the management and employees participate. is a continuous process which aims at establishing stable relationships between the parties involved. attempts in achieving discipline in the industry is a flexible approach, as the parties involved have to adopt a flexible attitude towards negotiations.
  4. 4.  Prepare  Discuss  Propose  Bargain Settlement
  5. 5.  Wages and wage revisions Allowances and other perks Working hours, working conditions etc. Grievances Safety and health aspects Welfare measures and social security aspects Trade Union Recognition Performance evaluation / Job evaluation Bonus / incentives Retirement Benefits, pension etc. Maintenance of discipline and panel actions.
  6. 6.  Collective bargaining increases the morale and productivity of employees Effective collective bargaining machinery strengthens the trade unions movement Collective bargaining develops a sense of self respect and responsibility among the employees. It increases the strength of the workforce, thereby, increasing their bargaining capacity as a group.
  7. 7.  It becomes easier for the management to resolve issues at the bargaining level rather than taking up complaints of individual workers. Collective bargaining tends to promote a sense of job security among employees and thereby tends to reduce the cost of labour turnover to management. Collective bargaining plays a vital role in settling and preventing industrial disputes
  8. 8.  Collective bargaining leads to industrial peace in the country The discrimination and exploitation of workers is constantly being checked. It provides a method or the regulation of the conditions of employment of those who are directly concerned about them
  9. 9.  Existence of a strong Trade Union Existence of enlightened management Open minded approach from both sides Analytical and objective assessment of situation / dispute Availability of proper records Give and take approach from both sides.

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