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Good Faith Bargaining

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

In collective bargaining, employers and union members must deal with each other in an open and honest manner without misleading each other. These guidelines ensure all participants are active, disclosing all relevant information and contributing to the bargaining process in a fair, reasonable and constructive manner.

Both employers and union members must follow the guidelines set out in the code of good faith in collective bargaining. Failure to abide by the rules of good faith in bargaining may result in a penalty from the Employment Relations Authority.

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