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Collective Bargaining

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Collective Bargaining

Concept of Collective Bargaining

Collective bargaining refers to the negotiation of working conditions by a trade union and an employer or employers’ association. The labor union and the employer come to agree collectively on working conditions or other fair rules of labor relations and conclude a Collective Agreement.

Good Faith Principle

A trade union and an employer or employers’ association shall bargain and make a collective agreement with each other in good faith and sincerity and shall not abuse their authority.