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Collective Bargaining

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Collective bargaining is when an employer and a recognised trade union negotiate  on one or more of the following:

In the context of compulsory trade union recognition under Schedule A1 of the Trade Unions and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, collective bargaining refers to negotiations concerning pay, hours and holidays.

See also

Employee Representative Guide for non-union workplaces, How to form a staff association or trade union]

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