The master contract is the union contract with the forest service for workers in the collective agreement unit. If you have questions about CBA filing and arbitration decisions, please contact OPM Accountability and Workforce Relations staff at l`LRG@opm.gov. If you have any questions about certain CBAs in this database, please contact the agency associated with the CBA. Information on representative data for all tariff units certified by the Federal Office of Labour Relations, including name, description, location, number of employees in the tariff unit and other information, is available in the federal information system for employment services. Political mandate on collective bargaining and gender: Can collective bargaining help close the gender pay gap in atypical occupations? Collective bargaining and the voice of workers are important workers` rights and potentially powerful facilitators of an inclusive labour market. As digital transformation, globalization and demographic changes reorganize the labour market, collective bargaining is well positioned to find solutions to the collective challenges that lie ahead. Yet their ability to provide is threatened by the weakening of labour relations in many countries, the prosperity of new forms of employment, often more precarious, and the gradual individualization of labour relations. This chapter assesses the role of collective bargaining in labour market performance in OECD countries. It is based on the detailed characterization of collective bargaining systems and practices presented in the previous chapter. Based on a rich mix of data from countries, sectors and workers, this chapter examines the link between different wage conditions and employment, wages, wage inequality and productivity. It will then examine how large-scale worker and employer organisations, administrative enlargements, organized forms of decentralisation and wage coordination can contribute to a better balance between inclusion and flexibility in the labour market. Negotiations on the way to the top bring new knowledge about the impact of collective bargaining systems on employment, job quality and inclusion in the labour market and examine their renewed role in a changing world of work.
The report provides a useful resource for policy makers, unions and employers` organizations to learn how collective bargaining can work better for all in the future. The Role of Collective Bargaining Systems for Good Labour Performance This chapter examines how collective bargaining and the voice of workers can be flexible instruments that complement labour market regulation to promote a more profitable and inclusive future for work. This chapter examines the type of state intervention that may be needed to keep bargaining systems healthy and make the most of collective bargaining in a changing world of work. Finally, the chapter outlines how existing institutions and social partners are adapting to new labour market challenges, as well as the role of emerging actors and practices. Looking to the Future of Work: How to Make the Most of Collective Bargaining Negotiations on Our Work: Collective Bargaining in a Changing Workplace Order (EO) 13836, developing effective, effective and less costly approaches to federal collective bargaining, signed by the President on May 25, 2018, requires agencies to submit any concept of collective agreement (CBA) and its expiry date within 30 days of the CBA`s entry into force. EO 13836 also requires OPM to make these CBAs available to the public on the internet. This promotes transparency by allowing the public to consult the types of agreements between federal agencies and industry unions.