Definition of Collective Bargaining

The process of collective negotiations between the two parties or the groups is known as collective bargaining.

Most of the companies rely on the method of the collective bargain. Where an employer decides the salaries of their employees with certain negotiations being done before the work.


They make negotiated agreements for the proper regulation of the organization. Collective bargaining is legally bound and is enforceable by law.

Example:  A trade union negotiating with employers upon their salaries.


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