ILO principles concerning collective bargaining

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The major changes now occurring worldwide are also affecting collective bargaining: the coverage of collective agreements is shrinking, and there are growing numbers of enterprise-based agreements and settlements concerning the public sector in many countries. Nevertheless, the adaptability of the international principles involved ensures their enduring validity. The authors describe the principles expressed in the ILO's Conventions and Recommendations and by the bodies charged with supervising compliance therewith. Finally, they give a general view of collective bargaining as a fundamental right and of the degree to which it is applied.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2000

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