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Collective Bargaining : Role of Chairman?
Jojoh Jaye, Student (Other), Swaziland, Member
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Collective Bargaining: Role of Chairman
Victor Aguilan, Professor, Philippines, Member
In collective bargaining, there are two parties involved - management and union. Hence, it would not be advisable to have a chair, unless agreed by both parties.
Realistically this would not be advisable. The common practice is to have a chief negotiator for each party. The chief negotiator of each respective panel ensures the participation of his/her respective members to the panel.
 

         
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