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Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
AbstractIn this study, then collaboration agreement impact of the work on 11 and 19 § § MBL are studied. The employer and collective agreements bearing employee union are often involved in collaborative agreements to facilitate cooperation between them. Issues addressed to collaboration areoften questions related to employee participation. The purpose of this study is to investigate two local employers and related collective bearing employee unionsview of the cooperation agreement related to the MBL. The purpose leads to these questions:How can co-operation agreements affect 11 and 19 § § MBL?What are theadvantages and disadvantages cooperation agreementscan lead to, regardingemployer disclosure and negotiation duty?To try to sort out these issues are interviews conducted to create a greater understanding of the work of the Cooperation Agreement between organizations and how it affects them.Results of the study suggest that collaboration agreement leads to simplifications in the work of the employer's information and bargaining duty. Other positive effects of the cooperation agreement arebetter and more permanent dialogue between the parties. Co-determination of employees are increased and thecooperation between the parties are leading to time-saving effects for both parties.Drawbacks to the collusive agreement emerging from the study are the risk that the issues are less negotiated. It also emerged that there is a risk that the collective supporting employees' feel run over by some negotiations. However, it was considered the highest risk in cooperative agreement be ambiguity in the terms and under which section of the law for consideration, which may lead to wrong decisions.However, my overall impression is that the positive effects of the cooperation agreement outweigh the negatives and that the cooperation agreement is a great way to bring together employers and the collective income workers and to increase co-determination of employeesKey words: cooperative agreement, disclosure, negotiation duty
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2013. , 49 p.
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:lnu:diva-28792OAI: oai:DiVA.org:lnu-28792DiVA: diva2:647143
Subject / course
Human Resource Management Programme, 180 credits
Hartzén, Ann-Christine, universitetsadjunkt
Schömer, Eva, Lektor