With the exception of funding provisions imposed by legislation, organizations or organizations created or funded by employers, as well as by the executive or management bodies of industry or political parties, it is prohibited to negotiate collective agreements or agreements on behalf of workers. The union or any other representative body authorized by the workers may, in its own way, negotiate and propose and conclude, on behalf of the workers it represents, a collective agreement to protect the specific interests of the workers it represents. Addendum is an integral part of the collective agreement and has the same legal force as it does. In support of their demands during negotiations to develop, conclude or amend a collective agreement or agreement, unions or other representative bodies empowered by employees are allowed to hold meetings and meetings, create pickets and organize demonstrations outside work hours. , without demonstrating the company`s activity. The NRL and the National Employment Boards have made decisions on the issues on which the employer must negotiate, which are called mandatory matters and on which the employer is not required to negotiate, so-called generous questions. A permissive subject is a subject that the employer does not have to negotiate, but can decide whether or if we can. In most cases, the NLRB argues that a change must have a significant impact on workers to trigger the bargaining rule. For example, a five-minute delay may not be considered significant, but a one-hour change in departure times would be a role. Section 9.
Guarantees and compensation during the negotiation period. During the negotiation period, committee participants and experts invited to participate in committee work receive samples of their core activities and receive the applicable average salary for up to three months per year, and their participation in negotiations for the purpose of calculating length of service is taken into account. All expenses resulting from participation in negotiations are compensated according to the procedure of labour law, collective agreements or agreements. Section 16. Guarantees in the event of the company`s dissolution. In the event of the dissolution of the company, the assets of the collective of workers are deducted from the assets of the dissolved company above the sums against the state budget, banks and other creditors under the collective agreement. The amount of money used to meet the requirements of the collective of workers under the collective agreement is set by the liquidation committee to the sectors of the company and, on behalf of each worker, in agreement with the unions or other representative bodies authorized by the workers who signed the collective agreement and its additional quantities. The composition of the committee, the duration, the location of its work and the timing of the negotiations are determined by the parties` decision.