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Presentation labour

  1. 1. What is Collective Bargaining Collective bargaining involves discussions and negotiations between two groups as to the terms and conditions of employment. It is called ‘collective’ because both the employer and the employee act as a group rather than as individuals. It is known as ‘bargaining’ because the method of reaching an agreement involves proposals and counter proposals, offers and counter offers and other negotiations.
  2. 2.  Over time holidays  Vacations  Shifts  Flex time  Basic pay rates  over time payments  Parental leave  Retirement benefits  Travel pay  Pay incentives  Job description  Lay off  Promotions  Seniority provisions  Work rules  safety rules
  3. 3. Union may negotiate With the single employer Or the group of employers
  4. 4. • To bargaining collectively is the performance of the mutual obligations of the employer and the representative of the employees bargaining process to meet the reasonable times and confer in good faith with the respect of wages, hours, promotions, benefits, and other employment terms as well as procedures for handling disputes arising under it. Both parties are making every reasonable effort to arrive at agreement; Proposals are being matched with counter proposals
  5. 5. Without any real intention of completing agreement .
  6. 6. Unwillingness to compromise Even though no one is require to make concession.
  7. 7. • The NLRB consider the advancement of proposal to be a positive factor in determining overall goals Demanding new tools and equipment's if they are already exist in company
  8. 8. • The law requires that the parties meet and confer at reasonable times and intervals. obviously ,refusal to meet and with the union does not satisfy the positive duty imposed on the employer
  9. 9. Attempt to compose conditions that are unreasonable • Its strong indication that an employer not bargaining with require intent of reaching an agreement. Duty of management should negotiations with union representative.
  10. 10. • Employee's aspect: 1. Collective Bargaining develops a sense of self respect and responsibility among the employees. 2.It increases the strength of workforce thereby, increasing their bargaining capacity as Group. 3. Collective Bargaining increase the productivity and morale of employees.
  11. 11. Employer's aspect: 1.It becomes easier for management to resolve the issues at the bargaining level rather then taking up complains at individual level. 2.It tends to promote the sense of security among employees and thereby tend to reduce the Cost of labor turnover to management. 3.It opens the channels of communication b/w worker and management and increase the worker participation in decision making .
  12. 12. Thank you!

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