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This Paper addresses the collective bargaining of TNSTC trade union members, the future of collective bargaining, the conditions necessary for successful collective bargaining, some of the advantages of collective bargaining, issues of concern for employers and guidelines for employers on the process of bargaining itself. Collective bargaining is specifically an industrial relations mechanism or tool, applicable to the employment relationship as a process. In collective bargaining the union always has a collective interest since the negotiations are for the benefit of several employees. Where collective bargaining is not for one employer but for several, collective interests become a feature for both parties to the bargaining process. In collective bargaining certain essential conditions need to be satisfied, such as the existence of the freedom of association and a labour law system. collective bargaining took a new turn as trade unions were forced to examine seriously their approach to the preparation of proposals and the presentation of their case to bargain collectively is the performance of the mutual obligation of the employer and the representative of the employees to meet at reasonable times and confer in good faith with respect to wages, hours, and terms and conditions of employment,
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