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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Compulsory trade union recognition flow chart 1
    Compulsory trade union recognition flow chart 1This flow chart may be used when a compulsory recognition request is received to assess whether the request is valid. This is a complex area and the flow chart is for general guidance only. Specialist advice may be needed where a recognition request is received. Statutory recognitionThe statutory recognition procedures apply to employers with 21 or more workers and to independent unions. Despite the existence of the statutory recognition procedures, relatively...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Compulsory trade union recognition flow chart 3
    Compulsory trade union recognition flow chart 3This flow chart indicates the requirements for a ballot for approval of recognition under the compulsory recognition procedures where the parties have failed to reach agreement. Other documentsSee our Compulsory Trade Union Recognition Flow chart 1 for a flow chart covering the validity of a request for recognition and the initial procedure, and our Compulsory Trade Union Recognition Flow chart 2 for the steps involved when a compulsory recognition request is received...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Compulsory trade union recognition flow chart 2
    Compulsory trade union recognition flow chart 2 This flow chart covers the steps involved when a compulsory recognition request is received and an application to the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) is required because the parties have not reached agreement. Other documents See our Compulsory Trade Union Recognition Flowchart 1 for a flow chart covering the validity of a request for recognition and the initial procedure. This is a complex area and the checklist is for general guidance only. Specialist advice...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Trade union recognition agreement
    Trade union recognition agreement Use this agreement where you have voluntarily agreed to recognise a union.  Although not strictly necessary to have a written document, it is useful to do so and will make it clear what has been agreed.  Enforceability It would be unusual (and generally inadvisable) for the parties to make the agreement legally enforceable, although this is an option if the parties desire it. The Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 provides that a recognition agreement...
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