Collective bargaining, Managerial Economics

Collective bargaining

Collective bargaining refers to the whole process by which trade unions and employers (or their representatives) arrive at an enforce agreements.  Trade unions therefore negotiate on behalf of all their members and if agreement is not reached then they may take action collectively to enforce their demands.

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