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

Economics has two major branches: (1) micro economics, and (2) both micro and macro economics theories. The parts of micro and macro economics that constitute managerial economics

Uses of Indifference Curve Analysis Indifference curve analysis is useful when studying welfare economics as follows: They are used to indicate the amount of income and

Short-Term Policies Deflation is a policy of reducing expenditure with the intention of curing a deficit by reducing the demand for imports.  This reduction of expenditure m

Describe the Application of economic theories Pertinent business decisions necessitate an unambiguous understanding of the environmental and technical conditions under which bu

Suppose that the present level of income in the economy is $700 billion. It is determined that in order to decrease the unemployment rate to the desired level, it will be essential

business decision making concepts of certainity risk unertainity sources of business risk steps invoived in analysiis of risky decisions risk adjustment etc

Suppose market demand and supply are given by Qd = 100 – 2P and QS = 5 + 3P. If a price floor of $20 is set, what will be the size of the resulting surplus?

The use of arc elasticity in economic analysis involves a good deal of chariness since it is capable of being misinterpreted. Arc elasticity coefficients vary between the same two

Technically Efficient Method of Production Let's suppose that commodity X is produced by two methods by employing capital and labour: Factor inputs Met