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Developments in bargaining, consultation and information rights

Vivien Prime

Developments in bargaining, consultation and information rights

by Vivien Prime

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Published by CCH Editions in Bicester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collective bargaining.,
  • Employee rights.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementauthor: Vivien Prime.
    SeriesBritish personnel management special report
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24p. ;
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18342495M

    Based on ruling by the Federal Labour Court, the main indicators of ‘collective bargaining capacity’ are organisational independence (of the opposite party and third parties), internal democracy and social strength (soziale Mächtigkeit) to push the opposite party to the bargaining table and to enforce the implementation of collective bargaining outcomes. More information on representativeness of the . THE DEVELOPMENT OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN THE TORONTO représentative of printers in Toronto to the présent day. Since the major innovations in bargaining practices were formulated through the years of the nineteenth century, this will be the focus of our interest. A sig-nificant factor during this period was the growth of the power.

    Frequently, procedural agreements are put into the company rule book which provides information on the overall terms and conditions of employment and codes of behavior. A substantive agreement deals with specific issues, such as basic pay, overtime premiums, bonus arrangements, holiday entitlements, hours of work, etc. The Trade Unions Handbook provides detailed analysis and comment on both collective and also individual rights of trade union members and non-members. Covers the key developments in this area including the introduction of a number of new rights Information and consultation rights • Collective bargaining • Collective redundancies.

    The larger industrial democracy is a system of collective bargaining centred on trade unions, while what remains of the old ‘noble ideal’ of workers’ control should be pursued by joint consultation in the workplace and those small units where talk of common purpose is by: Bipartite monitoring commissions are provided for in four agreements, and four other agreements stipulate consultation and/or information about plans and reports regarding VET. Only one company agreement regulates the dimension of the employers’ investment in VET .


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