A recognized trade union represents workers in negotiations with their employer. These negotiations will usually centre on workers’terms and conditions.
When an employer recognizes a trade union, it will be for bargaining on behalf of a particular group of workers. This group is often called a‘bargaining unit’.
An independent trade union recognized by an employer has certain legal rights. These include the rights for its:
An independent trade union recognized by an employer also has the right to be consulted by the employer about certain issues. These include:
A trade union can become recognized by making a voluntary agreement or following a statutory procedure involving the Central Arbitration Committee(CAC).
If your employer does not recognize a trade union in your workplace, then a trade union can become recognized by making a voluntary agreement with your employer. This is the way most recognition arrangements in the UK are established.
If your employer will not make a voluntary agreement with a trade union, then the trade union can follow a statutory procedure for recognition. The statutory procedure applies to employers that have 21 or more workers.
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