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Collective Bargaining process: steps to settle disputes

Analyze and explain the collective bargaining process and the steps available to settle disputes when the parties cannot agree on a solution.

Does the mediator have formal authority to impose a solution in a labor dispute? If mediation fails what action will typically follow?

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//Before writing about the collective bargaining process, we have to understand the concept of 'Collective Bargaining'. Then, we will discuss about the collective bargaining process and the different steps involved in the process of resolving the dispute of disagreeing parties. It will assist in understanding the various measures for resolving the issues emerging between the employees and management, as well as, industrial disputes. For example://

Collective Bargaining refers to a process in which the representatives of the employer and employees meet and attempt to negotiate a contract governing the employer- employee union relationship (Fisher, Schoenfeldt & Shaw, 2004).

The Collective Bargaining process is a process that determines the relationship between the union and the employer in regard to wages, benefits, hours and working conditions, etc. The process of ...

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