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I am Vijaya. I am pursuing 2nd year MBA. I want some details about this topic "collective bargaining in private sector & public sector in India". please help me as fast as possible.
thanx &regards
vijaya
11th February 2009 From India , Madras
Collective bargaining is the process whereby workers organise to meet and compromise upon the work environment with their employers,it can also be between union and copmany representatives meet to negotiate a insufficient between them two.
as i know in private sector CB is done in good faith and employees are more reasonable since if not, they will endup bankrupting the business and losing their employement.in private sector working conditions are being set basing mostly on companies welfare than employees,
in public sectors CB is well practised since no one owns the company so,orders are given out bounded by the country law, emloyers and employees welfare matters..:wacko:
13th March 2009 From Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam
It is a utopian idea in public sectors because of entry of politicians in the Unions. In private companies, company welfare is the utmost than the employee/worker. (Company means the owner). Hence, employee/worker has less choice.
14th March 2009 From India , Madras
Hi, Check out the website: You may also want to read about Trade Unions, Labour Markets etc. There are links for those too.
14th March 2009 From India , Bangalore
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