collective bargaining

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Collective Bargaining : 

Collective Bargaining

Collective Bargaining : 

Acc. to Flippo, “It is a process in which the representatives of a labour organization and the representatives of business organization meet and attempt to negotiate a contract or agreement, which specifies the nature of employee- employer union relationship Collective Bargaining

Features : 

Collective process Continuous process Flexible and dynamic process Partnership of workers in management Give and take approach Discipline Industrial jurisprudence Features

Importance : 

Importance to employees Importance to employers Importance to society Importance

Importance to Employees : 

Self respect and responsibility Increases strength Increases morale and productivity Strengthens trade union movement Restricts management freedom for arbitrary action against employees Importance to Employees

Importance to Employers : 

Increase productivity of employees Resolve issues Promotes a sense of job security communication Importance to Employers

Importance to society : 

Industrial peace Eliminate obstacles Checking exploitation Sharing profits Importance to society

Types of Collective Bargaining : 

Conjunctive bargaining Co- operative Bargaining Productivity bargaining Composite Bargaining Types of Collective Bargaining

Functions of Collective Bargaining : 

Long run social change Peace treaty between two parties in continual conflict Establish a system of industrial jurisprudence Functions of Collective Bargaining

Social Change : 

It consists of the alteration of the pattern of actions and interactions and also a simultaneous change in the norms, values, cultural products and symbols. Collective bargaining acts as an agent to bring about social change i.e. It contributes towards the change in interaction patterns, values and normative system of the society at large Social Change

Implications of Social Change : 

Collective bargaining is not an abstract class struggle, but is rather pragmatic and concrete. The inferior class does not attempt to abolish old ruling class, but merely to become equal with it. It aims to acquire a large measure of economic and political control over crucial decisions in the areas of its immediate interest and to be recognised in other areas of decision making The process of change initiated by collective bargaining also functions as a source of stability in changing environment. Wage earners have enhanced their social and economic position and at the same time, management has retained a large measure of power dignity. Implications of Social Change

Peace Treaty : 

Collective bargaining may be viewed as a struggle between two opposing powers which is smoothened by the compromises Compromise represents a state to which each side is prepared to descend from the original stand Receding from original position may come about in two major ways: Compromise with combative aspect Compromise without combative aspect Peace Treaty

Industrial Jurisprudence : 

It is a method of introducing civil rights in industry, i.e., of requiring that management be conducted by rules rather than arbitrary decisions It establishes rules which define and restrict the traditional authority exercised by management Industrial Jurisprudence

Procedure of collective bargaining : 

Procedure of collective bargaining

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