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Bypassing collective bargaining: when is a direct pay offer to employees ‘unlawful inducement’?

An employer who made a one-off direct offer of new terms and conditions to its employees did not, on the facts, unlawfully induce them to cease collective bargaining. What is unlawful inducement? The Trade Union and Labour Relations Consolidation Act 1992 protects collective bargaining by penalising employers who induce workers who are members of a... Read more »

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