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Collective bargaining is the process between employers and employees to reach an agreement regarding the rights and duties of people at work. It is a tool used to come to a collective agrement which concentrates on different things such as employees working hours, their pay their rights, rules and details of how to participate in company affairs. Employees are represented in bargaining by a union or other labor organization. Collective bargaining is governed by federal and state statutory laws, administrative agency regulations, and judicial decisions.
Collective bargaining is a great tool and it aims to please. The agreement tries to make both or all parties happy. After all the details are figured out the document is signed and stays in effect for a set period of time. “As the contract is being negotiated, general employees also have input on it, through their union officers. Thus, the agreement reflects the combined desires of all the employees, along with limitations that the employer wishes to see put in...