Agreement concluded in writing between employer and employees, the collective labor contract establishes clauses for the working conditions, payroll and other rights and obligations arising from the labor relations under Article 229, paragraph (1) of the Labor Code.
The collective bargaining agreement is, on one hand, a normative document and, on the other hand, a contractual one, as shown in paragraph (4) of Art. 229 of the Labor Code: “The collective labor contracts, concluded under the legal provisions, is the law of the parties.”
Besides the essential terms, salaries and working conditions, there are a number of terms that should be the subject of the bargaining and should be included in the content of the collective labor agreement:
The concluding of the collective labor agreement is not a mandatory consequence of the collective bargaining. Mandatory is only the collective bargaining at the unit, unless the employer has fewer than 21 employees, according to art. 229, paragraph (2) of the Labor Code.
Legal note (article 229 of the Labor Code)
When negotiation and hen the collective labor agreement is written, the following aspects shall be taken into account:
The annexes of the collective agreement may include:
The collective labor agreement shall be signed on each page by the social partners, have to have the unit and the trade union organization stamp (if applicable). The bargaining commission signatures from employers and from the union / employee representatives must be written on the final page of the contract.
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