Negotiating a Collective Agreement
Answer this question, if you were a golfer would you play a professional golfer a round of golf with the prize being the control of your company?
Why would you chance going against a Union negotiator who does nothing but negotiate collective agreements 5 days per week every week of the year?
When was the last time you read the Labour Act? Do you know all of the decisions that the labour Board has passed which interpret the act itself?
You would be surprised how many companies and or managers who feel that since they negotiate deals all the time can get the best deal in a collective agreement against a professional.
Negotiating a Collective Agreement is a stressful time for any Company. Labour decisions may be made or agreed upon that have serious financial implications for the company and the damage may not be realized until it is too late.
Companies are constantly exposed to employee issues which result in either the loss of valuable employees or employee dissatisfaction in the form of grievances through the Collective Agreement.
What happens when a Know-it-all owner who knows nothing about bargaining takes on the CAW. Click here
The bottom line here is, do want months of turmoil and a life time with a bad CBA? If the answer is no then click here.