Duty to bargain

Duty to bargain,

Definition of Duty to bargain:

  1. Mutual obligation of the management of a firm and the union representing its employees, to meet and discuss wages, working hours, conditions and terms of employment, and any specific grievance, etc., in good faith. Such bargaining does not require either party to consent to a binding proposal, or to make a concession.

Meaning of Duty to bargain & Duty to bargain Definition