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Labor Relation and Collective


bargaining

Submitted to:
M. Abdullah Al Mamun
Submitted By:
No

Name

ID

01

Nusrat Khandaker

2014010000080

02

Nahida Islam

2014010000011

03

Shafkat Hasan Zuberi

2013010000419

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Bakibillah Nahid

05

MD Kamruzzaman Bhuiyan

06

Sanjida apu

2013210000148

Presentation at a glance:
What is Labor Relation?
Labor Union
Labor Management Relation
Role Of Labor Relation In HRM
The Legal Environment (LAWS)
What is Collective Bargaining?
Collective Bargaining Procedure and

Structure
Types of Bargaining
Strikes
Laws of Collective Bargaining
Conclusion

What is Labor Relation?

Therelationsbetweenmanagementandlabor

,especiallywithrespectthemaintenanceof
agreements,collectivebargaining,etc.
Labor relationsis the study and practice of

managingunionizedemployment situations. In
academia, labor relations is frequently a
subarea withinindustrial relations, though
scholars from many disciplines--including
economics, sociology, history, law, and
political science--also study labor unions and
labor movements.

Labor Union
A union is an organization of workers acting

collectively, seeking to promote and protect its


mutual interest through collective bargaining.
An organization intended to represent the

collective interests of workers in negotiations


with employers over wages, hours and working
conditions. Labor unions are often industryspecific and tend to be more common in
manufacturing, mining, construction,
transportation and the public sector.

Labor Management
The study of labor-management relations (LMR)
Relation
refers to the rules and policies which govern and

organize employment, how these are established


and implemented, and how they affect the needs
and interests of employees and employers.

LMR has implications for the organization of work

as well as economic policy. Focus gradually has


broadened from the formation and operation of
national and local institutions and collective
bargaining to strategic human resource policies.

Role Of Labor Relation In


HRM
Roles of labor relation in HRM are as follows:
Relationship building
Employee discipline
Day to day operation
Advising management
Harmonies and respectful working

relationship

The Legal Environment


(LAWS):
Maternity welfare facilities:
Welfare benefits
Provident fund
Wages and payment

What is Collective
Collective bargaining is a process of
Bargaining?
negotiation between employers and a group of
employees aimed at reaching agreements to
regulate working conditions
The terms of employment are likely to include

items such as conditions of employment,


working conditions and other workplace rules,
base pay, overtime pay, work hours, shift
length, work holidays, sick leave, vacation
time, retirement benefits and health care
benefits.

Collective Bargaining
Procedure
Collective bargaining levels are given
below:
Sector or branch level
Enterprise or organization level

Issues in Collective
Bargaining:
Wage Related Issues
Supplementary Economic Benefits
Institutional Issues
Administrative Issues

Contents
of
Bargaining:
Cooperation and communication between the
trade union organization and the management
Employment and working conditions
Wages and remuneration.
Occupational safety and health
Human resource development and other
social issues.

Types of Bargaining:
Distributive Bargaining
Integrative Bargaining

Collective Bargaining
Process:

STRIKES
Strike, is a work stoppage caused by the mass
refusal of employees to work.
A strike usually takes place in response to

employee grievances. Strikes became


common during the Industrial Revolution,
when mass labor became important in
factories and mines.

TYPES OF STRIKES
Economic Strikes
Unfair Labor Practice Strikes
Wildcat Strikes

Laws of Collective
Bargaining
Trade Unions of workers and employees
Working Hour and Leave

Conclusion

The labor relation and collective bargaining is most

important sector. The labor relation includes the labor


contract, Role or labor relation, the legal environment,
facilities of employees etc. The collective bargaining
is a process of negotiation between employers and a
group of employees aimed at reaching agreements to
regulate working conditions. The collective
agreements reached by these negotiations usually set
out wage scales, working hours, training, health and
safety, overtime, grievance mechanisms, and rights
to participate in workplace or company affairs. It
includes collective bargaining process, contents of
bargaining types of bargaining, scopes of bargaining,
strikes , laws of bargaining etc.

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