Trade union recognition (4): deciding the bargaining arrangements
Resource type: Practice Note
England, Scotland, Wales
This practice note considers the steps an employer and union should follow to try to agree a method of collective bargaining once the union has been recognised for collective bargaining purposes by the employer. It also considers the provisions of the Trade Union Recognition (Method of Collective Bargaining) Order 2000 (SI 2000/1300) which sets out the specified method of collective bargaining.
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