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Protest Mega Phone


January 3, 2023

Collective bargaining is the process of negotiating the terms and conditions of employment between a group of employees and their employer. It is a way for workers to come together and negotiate for better wages, benefits, and working conditions, and to have a say in decisions that affect their jobs and their lives.
In the case of a union, collective bargaining is typically led by union representatives who are elected by the membership. These representatives meet with company representatives on a regular basis, typically once a month, to discuss and negotiate the terms of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA).
Any member of the union is welcome to participate in these meetings and have their voice heard. The goal of collective bargaining is to reach a mutually beneficial agreement that takes into account the needs and interests of both the employees and the employer.
The CBA is a legally binding document that sets out the terms and conditions of employment for all union members. It covers a wide range of issues, including wages, hours of work, benefits, working conditions, and more.
Collective bargaining is an important way for employees to have a say in their working lives and to ensure that their rights and interests are protected. It is a powerful tool for workers to use in order to improve their wages, benefits, and working conditions, and to build a stronger and more supportive workplace.

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