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Collective bargaining is the use of a collective body, the Trade Union, to negotiate over certain terms and conditions. The TULR(C) Act (1992) s178 (2) initially described the range of terms and conditions that can be consulted upon but this was extended by the Employment Relations Act (1999) to cover what is agreed by the parties. Unions can, for example, bargain or negotiate about basic pay rates, overtime payments, hours of work, access to training or holiday entitlement.


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