Collective Bargaining.

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Collective bargaining is the process of setting terms to employment relationships between an employer and the labor union.

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Collective BargainingCollective bargaining is the process of setting terms to employment relationships between an employer and the labor union. These terms include agreements about wage rates, compensational benefits, hours of work and processes of conflict resolutions in case of any bullying behaviors or conflicts. Along with the written agreements, informal provisions, external laws and cultural realities are also considered while making a collective bargaining agreement. Collective bargaining agreements are done between the employers and labor unions on very vast variety of topics concerning employment issues of workers but the terms of the agreements must be within the domain of federal and state legislation. For example, it would be not allowed to make a contract in which violate the provisions of Labor Act. Furthermore, labor unions use many strategies like labor strikes or pro

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