Section 4. Basic principles for the conclusion of collective agreements and agreements. The basic principles of the conclusion of collective agreements are as follows: the cases referred to in the first paragraph of this section shall be examined at the request of one of the parties to a collective agreement or collective agreement of a competent committee or on the initiative of the prosecutor. The remuneration system is an integral part of the collective agreement, as it defines minimum wages. Typically, the negotiation of the first collective agreement takes up to six months. Negotiations on extension agreements will also take a few months, but while they are being negotiated, the old agreement will remain in force. Section 12. Procedure and time limit for the establishment and conclusion of a collective agreement. The procedure and time limit for the preparation and conclusion of a draft collective agreement, the composition of the committee provided for in section 7 of this Act and the place and agenda of negotiations shall be determined by the parties and set out in a document defining the undertaking and the decisions taken by the trade union or representative body. by the workers. The trade union or any other representative body authorised by the workers may, in its own way, conduct negotiations and conclude, on behalf of the workers it represents, a collective agreement, propose and conclude an addendum to a single collective agreement in order to protect the specific interests of the workers it represents in an employment matter. The amendment is an integral part of the collective agreement and has the same legal force as the collective agreement.
An extremely important aspect is the limitation of the effectiveness of collective agreements in relation to the individual employment contract. Under Article 14(1), employment contracts can always improve the conditions laid down in agreements, which means that they can never be regarded as absolutely peremptory standards for individual contracts. Individual autonomy can always improve for the benefit of the worker compared to the systemic system defined by collective autonomy. In the event of the dissolution of an enterprise in accordance with the procedure and conditions laid down by law, the collective agreement remains in force throughout the dissolution process. Section 14. Application of the collective agreement. A collective agreement is concluded for a period of at least one year and a maximum of three years. The organs of the executive body and the employers and their associations shall make available to trade unions or representative bodies approved by workers the information which they hold and which is necessary for the organisation of collective bargaining. The negotiating parties and other persons involved in the trial may not disclose the information at their disposal when it comes to a matter of state security or trade secret. Persons The parties to the negotiations enjoy complete freedom in the choice and discussion of the issues proposed for inclusion in the collective agreement or agreement. The collective agreement covers you against arbitrary dismissals and dismissals, because the agreements define the rules to be respected in the event of termination, that is, . .