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Disclosure of information to British trade unions for collective bargaining purposes. by D. Arkinstall

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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M.B.A. dissertation. Typescript.

SeriesDissertations
The Physical Object
Pagination90p.
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13728054M

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DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION TO TRADE UNIONS FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING PURPOSES 1. The Labour Relations Agency (“the Agency”) may issue Codes of Practice containing such practical guidance as the Agency thinks fit for the purpose of promoting the improvement of industrial relations. Are employers obliged to provide information to trade union representatives for collective bargaining purposes? a) No, because it would be unfair on the employer in the negotiations. b) No, because there might be a lot of sensitive information included which the employer might not wish to be known. Peter McDermott. ARTICLES. The Labour Relations Act No. 66 of (LRA) states that employers have a duty to disclose any information, to trade union representatives, that will allow them to carry out their trade union duties and bargain effectively. Unfortunately, employers often fear this duty because they are afraid that it will allow trade union members .   FTR Now Responding to Disclosure Demands at the Bargaining Table: Employer Rights and Obligations. Date: Janu As we enter , many Social Services organizations are looking ahead to upcoming negotiations with unions for the renewal of their collective agreements.

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