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Bargaining Councils (SABPP Fact Sheet)

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Bargaining Councils (SABPP Fact Sheet)

This Fact Sheet will cover the legal and practical situation concerning BCs. An understanding of this will contribute towards an HR or ER practitioner making sound judgements about interactions with the relevant bargaining council. Bargaining councils (BCs) are currently under the spotlight in collective employee relations (ER) matters. Such institutions of centralised bargaining are considered by some to be redolent of the collusive past, when big business and big unions got together to strike deals which were good for...


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