United Kingdom - Labour leader wants mandatory bargaining in large firms - August 31, 2016

In the frame of the leadership contest, the acting Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has formulated a series of ideas as part of wider reform that he promised would ‘democratise’ the country from the ground up. Some ideas deal with the labour market. He is, for instance, promising mandatory collective bargaining for companies with more than 250 workers, staff representation on executive remuneration committees, strengthening individual rights for workers and sectoral trade union bargaining rights.

English: https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/political-parties/labour-party/news …


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