Union Trade Negotiations

A working knowledge of the law is always vital when conducting negotiations with trade unions, or when determining whether to recognise a trade union. If a union is recognised, a recognition agreement regulates the manner in which the trade union will conduct itself when dealing with the employer.

There are different rights that a trade union may acquire at a company but these are determined by the level of the union’s representativeness in the workplace, and which rights will change with the fluctuation in the number of employees that belong to the trade union.

It is also important to know that a trade union does not always have the right to institute a strike.

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