Question

Ater a strike(worker strike), Mc Donald’s and Fast Food Workers’
Union agreed to bargain for wage and

employment level to adjust the wage and employment level. Is it
possible for Mc Donald’s and union

benefit from collective bargaining? In which case this will be
possible and how?Explain it.

Answer #2

A collective agreement is an agreement in which workers move into after joining the union due to which it takes them off the individual contracts.

This agreement allows takes the power of individual negotiating skill. It gives the power to union to take the matter of individuals workers before the management.

In this type of collective bargaining agreement, worker’s requests goes through the union and union redraft the agreement of collective bargain for the following year and adding their voices in.

It is possible to benefit from collective bargaining it allows the individuals works a greater bargaining power , since they can route their demand through the Union in a bigger and better way.

They can demonstrate at the break hour in a big way and gain benefits from the same.

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