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bargaining agent

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) an organization, usually a trade union, that acts or bargains on behalf of a group of employees in collective bargaining
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Of these, only 1,390 of unions are collective bargaining agents, which reflects the weak bargaining position of even unionised workers.
PPP Chairman said his party's government gave first-ever labour policy and right to collective bargaining agents besides making them partners under the Benazir Employees Stock Option Scheme in the state enterprises.
Under this Act, the home-based workers would be given equal rights as enjoyed by the workers of the formal sector of union making, electing their collective bargaining agents (CBA), social security and pension.
'It was also informed that the courts have issued around 161 stay orders on internal posting and transfers by the company's management, which needs to be looked into', report said, adding that the PIA had number of unions plus a collective bargaining agents (CBA), unions affiliated with and backed by major political parties and apparently run a parallel 'shadow management' structure.
Khalid Junejo also called for the deletion of the clause in the law where there is 25% external representation in collective bargaining agents unions as this will put an end to external influence, including interference by political partners.
"I have no problem at all recognizing those good people, letting them decide who their bargaining agents are going to be and moving forward on that," Miller said.
He said this kind of mishaps could not be stopped till giving workers the right to form their own labor unions and collective bargaining agents.
When no such showing of interest was filed, the board issued a certification of the TWU-IAM Associations as the recognized bargaining agents.
Despite the Court's commitment to choice and independence, it seems that there is latitude for governments to choose employees' bargaining agents without violating 2(d).
Persons disclosing their corruption will be debarred from national or local elections for five years, holding of any public office or executive positions in any collective bargaining agents, associations or banks or financial institutions.
The headline in Nebraska's Neligh News last May 11 read: "ESPs Denied as Bargaining Agents." The front page story outlined the blistering defeat suffered by education support professionals (ESPs) at the previous night's board meeting.