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Collective bargaining to both management and employees
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Analyze the advantages of collective bargaining to both the management and employees, highlighting the goals that both parties desire to achieve through collective bargaining.

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Analysis of the Advantages of Collective Bargaining to both the Management and Employees, Highlighting the Goals that both Parties Desire to Achieve through Collective Bargaining

Executive Summary
Collective bargaining is a procedure of negotiation between the manager and group of staff with the main aim to regulate working environment conditions for the smooth functioning of an organization. The discussion in the paper presents of the benefits of the collective bargaining for the employees and management by highlighting how each of them are distinctively interested in collective and what goals they want attain through it. In addition to this, this report also sheds light on the issues and conflicts, which must be avoided in collective bargaining for reaching to an agreement and eliminating the pitfalls of the process.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary 2
Introduction 4
Advantages of Collective Bargaining for Management 4
Advantages of Collective Bargaining for Employees 7
Goals to Achieve through Collective Bargaining for Management 8
Goals to Achieve through Collective Bargaining for Employees 10
Issues and Conflicts to Avoid in Collective Bargaining 11
Conclusion 13
References 14





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