Collective Bargaining is an important instrument for self-regulation between the employer and trade union. Discuss the various levels of bargaining that a trade union and employer may decide to have in their industrial relations and examine the kind of preparation and the issues to be negotiated in such an negotiation giving examples
Workers all over the world often engaged in negotiations with their respective employees on various array of issues ranging from wages and working conditions to safety and equal treatment among other pertinent issues. The negotiations often come after the identification of a conflicting idea or a misunderstanding between the employees and the employers. In such event, it calls for negotiations between the two parties to arrive at a collective agreement in order to settle the grievances raised.