Collective Bargaining

Collective bargaining is a process where a recognised trade union is entitled to be involved in any of your proposals to change represented employees’ terms and conditions on pay, hours and holidays. You may decide with the union that issues additional to pay, hours and holidays will be covered by the process, but cannot be forced to do so.

The collective bargaining process can be agreed with the union, or if agreement cannot be reached, may be imposed by the Central Arbitration Committee.

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