The best practice for collective bargaining strategies Its very important to be

The best practice for collective bargaining

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The best practice for collective bargaining strategies It’s very important to be strategic in any negotiation process and there are several best practice such as preparation, when both parties are well prepared they will ensure that if and when they entered into a collective bargaining negotiation they will have a clear plan, supporting structure and are well-position to represented their parties effectively so that both parties will feel a sense of accomplishment[ CITATION iri16 \l 1033 ], having a proper written agreement is also vital during a collective bargaining strategic as it ensure that both parties are clear on the expectations that are reach during the negotiation process, with an written agreement both parties are bound by the transparency of the agreement and the last best practice towards a collective bargaining strategic is compliance of labor laws once both parties are adhere to all the labor laws the negotiation process will have a better chance of being successful as no negotiators want to be sure they have not left party satisfaction on the bargaining table by failing to maximize their joint returns The arguments against and pro collective bargaining The advantages of a successful collective bargaining are that it opens the channel of communication between employers and employees, as employees will feel more motivated as they can approach the management on various matters and bargain for higher benefits, and also securing a
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THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING PROCESS 5 prompt and fair settlement of grievances which will reduce the risk of dispute and strike outs, another advantage of collective bargaining is that it will also increase the morale and productivity of employees[ CITATION nau161 \l 1033 ]. And lastly collective bargaining empowers employees and a healthy relationship is developed across all departments and hierarchal levels of an organization. And according to [ CITATION occ15 \l 1033 ] “collective bargaining was developed to bridge the communication gap between the employers and employees, but can create tension among both parties instead of bridging the gap as it is time consuming and can slows down the decision
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