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Collective bargaining in Nepal is basically limited to the enterprise level. Collective bargaining representatives will be elected for two years from among the registered enterprise-level unions by secret polls under the auspices of the labour office of the relevant location/district/zone of the enterprise in question. However, there is no legal provision for industrial bargaining. As aresult, the role of national federations in collective bargaining is somewhat unclear, and hence the role of national federations is based on their relative strength. If they are strong enough, the management at the enterprise level can request their involvement in collective bargaining with the enterprise-level union if the two negotiating partners are unable to reach a settlement. Similarly, if the enterprise-level union is unable to solve a particular problem and needs the involvement of a national federation, it can call for an intervention by the federation to which it is associated.
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ILO ,   (2009 )
Type / Script:
Progress Report in English
Keywords:
TRADE UNIONS, LABOUR UNIONS, COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, TRADE UNION ACTIVISTS, TRADE UNION RIGHTS, LABOUR LAW, LABOUR MOVEMENTS, LABOUR RELATIONS, LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY, LABOUR ADMINISTRATION, LABOUR ECONOMICS, LABOUR EXPLOITATION
Thematic Group:
 ILO : International Labor & Labor
Thesaurus:
12.04.00  -  Labour Relations
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