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What Are Collective Agreement


A collective agreement is an agreement on working conditions such as wages and public holidays between a company and a trade union (“company-specific collective agreement”) or between the employers` association in a particular sector and the trade union (“sectoral collective agreement”). A collective agreement, collective agreement (CLA) or collective agreement (CLA) is a written contract that is negotiated through collective bargaining for employees by one or more unions with the management of a company (or employers` association) and regulates the working conditions of employees. This includes the regulation of employee salaries, benefits and obligations, as well as the duties and responsibilities of the employer or employers, and often includes rules for a dispute resolution procedure. Workers are not forced to join a union in a particular workplace. Nevertheless, most sectors of the economy are subject to a collective agreement with an average trade union organization of 70%. At NJORD Law Firm, we have extensive experience in providing legal advice in relation to collective agreements. We support you by creating an overview of the conditions of your employees. Our lawyers advise on rights under a collective agreement as well as rights arising elsewhere. Read also: A collective agreement means significant benefits A collective agreement applies to your employment relationship if you are a member of the union, if your employer is a member of the employers` association and the union and employers` association have negotiated a collective agreement. A collective agreement also applies if this is stated in your employment contract or if your employer belongs to an industry in which generally binding collective agreements apply (e.B. Building cleaning, security services and others). Ask the Fair Integration Advice Centre if a collective agreement applies to you…