Traditionally, a collective agreement is defined as an agreement between a union or other workers` association, on the one hand, and an employer organization or a company, on the other. After the deadline expires, the collective agreement remains in effect until the parties enter into a new collective agreement or amend or complete the existing collective agreement. It is forbidden to include in employment contracts conditions of workers less favourable than those provided for by legislation, collective agreements or agreements. Section 25. Responsibility for non-participation in collective bargaining. Persons who represent the employer who do not participate in Dener`s negotiations to conclude, amend or complete a collective agreement or agreement who do not meet the deadline set out in paragraph 6 of this Act or who do not participate in the meetings of the relevant committee within the time frame set by the parties are liable to a fine imposed by the courts. 10 times the minimum wage per day after the deadline has expired. The collective agreement may also include other clauses, such as taking into account the company`s economic situation, particularly those that offer workers more favourable working and socio-economic conditions than the standards and provisions of the legislation and conventions (additional leave, pension increases, pre-retirement, compensation for transportation and service costs, free or reduced meals in the establishment and for the children of workers in schools and preschools). , as well as other types of benefits and compensation). The reciprocal obligations of the employer and workers may be included in the collective agreement: NJORD provides legal advice in relation to all the challenges associated with collective agreements.

We can ensure that your company is aware of the rules of the collective agreement in question. In addition, we advise and support them on the following issues: Negotiations on the impact of collective bargaining systems on employment, job quality and inclusion in the labour market provide new knowledge and examine their new role in a changing world of work. The report provides a useful resource for policy makers, unions and employers` organizations to learn how collective bargaining can work better for all in the future. 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. These include regulating workers` wages, benefits and obligations, as well as the obligations and responsibilities of the employer, and often includes rules for a dispute resolution process. The participation of trade union organisations and workers` collectives involved in the collective bargaining of representatives of trade union organisations and workers` collectives should not be subject, for the duration of these negotiations, to disciplinary measures which are attributed to another job, delegated or dismissed by the administration concerned without the agreement of the body for which they are elected. The role of collective bargaining systems for a good labour market performance section 17. Monitoring the implementation of the collective agreement.

The monitoring of the application of a collective agreement is carried out directly by the parties or their duly authorized representatives, as well as by the competent authorities of the Ministry of Labour and Employment and the Russian Federation.