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Contract clauses

Contract clause on the trade union recognition agreement

Contract clause on the trade union recognition agreement

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If a collective agreement exists between the company and a recognised trade union this clause confirms the terms of employment it covers, eg pay, hours of work, holidays, disciplinary and grievance procedure. If no agreement exists the employee is made aware of this fact.
Contract clause on the trade union recognition agreement

Recognition agreement

Recognition agreement

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This recognition agreement between the employer and a trade union states what issues the collective bargaining will cover and the process for collective bargaining.

Recognition agreement
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Letter

Letter informing a trade union that the organisation does not recognise it for the purposes of collective bargaining

Letter informing a trade union that the organisation does not recognise it for the purposes of collective bargaining

This letter informs a trade union that, despite correspondence from it which indicates it believes itself as recognised, the organisation is not aware of any previous recognition agreement. As a result of this, the organisation will not enter into any discussions regarding collective bargaining or industrial action.

Letter informing a trade union that the organisation does not recognise it for the purposes of collective bargaining