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Dispute About Collective Agreement

The general applicability of a national collective agreement is defined by the Committee, which confirms the general applicability of collective agreements operating under the aegis of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. Traditionally, a collective agreement is defined as an agreement between a union or other workers` association, on the one hand, and an employer organization or a company, on the other. If collective bargaining has resulted in an agreement, such as wage increases, these agreements are called collective agreements. Workplace collective agreements can cover both union and non-union staff, as unions often negotiate on behalf of staff employed in a particular group. This group is called the bargaining unit. The contracting parties are responsible for complying with their provisions. For example, if your company joins an employer organization that has a collective agreement with a workers` association/union. THE MOM will hold a conciliation meeting within 14 days of receiving the opinion of one of the two parties and will invite management and the union to the meeting to help both parties resolve the collective dispute. One of the objectives of a union is to negotiate with employers on issues concerning its members and other workers. Once a union is recognized in the workplace, its negotiations with the employer are called collective bargaining; these negotiations will focus on the terms of employment.

Disputes relating to an employment relationship that is not related to a mandatory collective agreement for the employer under the Collective Agreement Act are dealt with by the general courts. The Labour Relations Act is a law governing the relationship between employers and workers, as well as the prevention and resolution of commercial disputes through collective bargaining, conciliation, conciliation and tripartite mediation of individual disputes. Disputes over content or breaches of collective agreements may be referred to the labour tribunal. The jurisdiction of the labour tribunal is based on the legitimacy, validity, content, scope and correct interpretation of its clauses. The labour court may also decide on the amount of damages to be paid as a result of illegal anti-work actions. His decision is final. Before a union can represent its members in collective bargaining, it must first be recognized by the employer. The unionization process is provided for in labour relations (recognition of a workers` union).

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