Block/ASM Meetings & Buffer Days- New Collective Agreement Signed

8月 3, 2010


What’s a collective agreement?

It’s any agreement which comes about as a result of collective bargaining between a Trade Union and an employer concerning conditions of work or other matters, put into writing and signed by both parties (Article 14). It doesn’t need to have a title such as ‘Collective Agreement’, or any title at all. It comes into effect immediately after signing. Over 90% of all unions in Japan have collective agreements with employers.