A collective agreement (TES) is an interim contract between a union and an employer union on the conditions of employment observed in this area. Once an interim agreement has been reached between the employer and union representatives, each union member has the opportunity to vote in favour of its acceptance or rejection. If at least 50% of union members who vote accept the agreement, it becomes legally binding. If union members do not accept the agreement, the employer and union representatives can continue negotiations. Alternatively, the union may call for a strike vote. In addition, a strike vote must obtain at least 50% of the vote. Very rarely, if a union cannot obtain ratification or strike authorization, it will waive its right to represent workers. Collective agreements are used to supplement legislation or to negotiate scope-specific contracts. The main principle is that collective agreements cannot contain terms that are less than the statutory requirements. A collective agreement can result in special rights for workers, including the law: general or conventional collective agreements are agreements that govern the basic working conditions of all workers in the same sector. Collective/wage agreements govern payments in a particular company or sector.
However, your business may also be subject to the rules of a collective agreement if you have acquired activities and workers under a collective agreement in connection with a merger or merger and you have not taken the opportunity to waive the collective agreement under Danish workers` law in the event of a business transfer. The compensation system is an integral part of the collective agreement as it defines minimum wages. The collective agreement guarantees the correct evolution of wages. To this end, he agrees with the minimum wages and general wage increases that form the basis of the employee compensation system. In addition, you can negotiate your personal increases. The collective agreement binds signed union members and employers who are members of an employer union that signed the agreement. These agreements are considered normally binding. It is important to note that after the conclusion of a KBA, both the employer and the union are required to respect this agreement. Therefore, an employer should retain the assistance of a lawyer before participating in collective bargaining. For example, if your company joins an employer organization that has a collective agreement with a workers` association/union. A collective agreement applies to your employment relationship if you are a member of the union, if your employer is a member of the employer organization and if the union and the employers` organization have negotiated a collective agreement. A collective agreement also applies when your employment contract refers to it or if your employer is part of an area where collective agreements are generally binding (for example.
B, building cleaning, security services and others). Ask the Fair Integration Orientation Centre if you are subject to a collective agreement. As a general rule, the negotiation of the first collective agreement lasts up to six months. Negotiations on renewal agreements will also take a few months, but the old agreement will remain in force during negotiations. A collective agreement, a collective agreement (TC) or a collective agreement (CBA) is a written collective agreement negotiated by collective bargaining for workers by one or more unions with the management of a company (or with an employer organization) that regulates the commercial conditions of workers in the workplace.