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.

Posted Date: 11/29/2012 5:15:50 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Collective bargaining, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Collective bargaining, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Collective bargaining Discussions

Write discussion on Collective bargaining
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
1. Prof. Thomas "Generally the term Monopoly is used to cover any effective price control, whether of demand or supply of services or goods; hardly it is used to mean a combination

Managerial Economics helps create utility for the Society.

wHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF EXPECTATION ELASTICITY ?

Let Consider an economy with three states. The following set of stocks is traded:     x 1 =(2,2,0)    x 2 =(1,0,3)  x 3 =(0,2,4).          The t=0 prices of these stocks are give

Determine the Specific Place of demand The demand should relate to a specific market as well. For instance, every year in the town of Dehradun, demand for school bags is 4,000

Monetary Policy Meaning of Economic Growth: The primary function of an whether socialist or capitalist is to satisfy people maximum wants. It must produce consumer goods to make

Market demand and consumers surplus Suppose that the market price of a cup of coffee is K£4 but the consumer was willing to pay £9 for the first unit, £8 for the second, £7 fo

A risk-neutral agent's working life has two periods. In each period, the agent can provide high effort (at personal cost $2,000) or low effort (at zero personal cost). In a given p

Assume a floating exchange rate system. The Fed pursues an expansionary monetary policy. Draw how this would look on the graphs below. Mark the new equilibriums. Complete the table

Why do the inclusion of opportunity costs in cost-and-supply analyses help individuals make better decisions and improve outcomes?