Although the collective agreement itself is not applicable, many of the negotiated conditions relate to wages, conditions, leave, pensions, etc. These conditions are included in an employee`s employment contract (whether or not the worker is a member of the union); and the employment contract is of course applicable. If the new conditions are not acceptable to individuals, they may contradict their employer; but if the majority of workers have agreed, the company will be able to dismiss the plaintiffs, normally with impunity. Section 15. Amendments and additions to a collective agreement. Amendments and additions to a collective agreement in force may be made only by mutual agreement between the parties and in accordance with the procedure laid down in the collective agreement itself or, in the absence of such a procedure, in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Law for the conclusion of such agreements. In view of the economic situation of the undertaking, the collective agreement may also contain other clauses, in particular those which offer workers more favourable working and socio-economic conditions than those laid down by legal and legislative standards and provisions (additional leave, pension supplements, early retirement, allowance for transport and mission expenses, free or reduced meals in the undertaking and for the children of workers in the company). (schools and before working time). B.B. schools and other types of benefits and allowances). The uniform draft collective agreement must necessarily be submitted to the workers of the various branches of the undertaking and finalised taking into account the additional comments, proposals and proposals made. The single draft, as complete, must be ratified by the General Assembly (or conference) of the workers` collective and signed, on behalf of the workers, by all the members of the joint representative body.

For example, if your company is a member of an employers` organization that has a collective agreement with a workers` association/union. The employer is obliged to give the body representing the trade union or authorized by the workers the opportunity to inform each worker of the draft collective agreement drawn up by the parties and to provide these bodies with the internal means of communication and information in his possession, computers and other technical equipment, premises for meetings and consultations outside working hours and the space necessary for the installation of blackboards to be provided. . . .