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Collective Bargaining
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Meaning of Collective Bargaining Collective Bargaining is a system and a technique of resolving an industrial dispute through negotiations between employers and the representatives of employees without any help of an arbitrator. Collective bargaining is that arrangement whereby the wages components of remuneration and conditions of employment of workman are settled through a bargain between the employer and the workman collectively whether represented through their union or by some of them on behalf of all of them.
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It means bargaining between an employer or group of employers and a bona fide Labour Union. Collective bargaining is made of 2 words Collective : which implies group action through its representatives Bargaining : which suggests negotiating Thus it implies, “collective negotiation of a contract between the management’s representatives on one side and those of the workers on the other.”
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Definitions Collective bargaining is a mode of fixing the terms of employment by means of bargaining between an organized body of employees and an employer or an association of employers usually acting through organized agents. R.F.Hoxie The resolution of industrial problems between the representatives of employers and the freely designated representatives of employees acting collectively with a minimum of government dictation. Cox
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Collective Bargaining is a process in which the representatives of a labour organization and the representatives of the business organization meet and attempt to negotiate a contract or agreement which specifies the nature of the employee-employer union relationship Edwin B.Flippo Collective bargaining is a process of discussion and negotiation between two parties, one or both of whom is a group of persons acting in consent. The resulting bargain is an understanding as to the terms and conditions under which a continuing service is to be performed. More specifically, collective bargaining is a procedure by which employers and a group of employees agree upon the conditions of work. Encyclopedia of Social Sciences
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