What is collective bargaining?

Collective bargaining is a process of negotiation between employers and a team of employees about regulating:

  • working salaries,
  • working conditions,
  • benefits, etc.

When an employee understands the trade union then it is possible for them to negotiate the official decision between themselves as a team and on behalf of their employees.

The better way of getting terms and conditions is by having a union group that recognises improvements that benefit the employers. This is a reason why joining a union group is a good idea, you will have the chance to raise awareness of improvements.

When an employer within collective bargaining recognises a union and you are an employee, the improvements will be made. For example, a pay rise.

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