96. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND ORGANISATION PERFORMANCE
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BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
Collective bargaining allows both workers and managers to discuss specific terms that can, depending on national law, determine the rules that govern their relationship, determine wages, deal with other maters of mutual interest such as hiring practices, lay offs, promotions, job functions, working conditions and hours, (Herman, 2003) work safety, workers discipline and termination, and benefit programme. It is the proc...