Резултати од истражувањето на процесот на колективното договарање во РМ во периодот 1990-2010 година (практична димензија), Правник, мај 2012

Majhosev, Andon (2012) Резултати од истражувањето на процесот на колективното договарање во РМ во периодот 1990-2010 година (практична димензија), Правник, мај 2012. Strucno spisanie-Pravnik.

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Abstract

Collective bargaining is a complex and contradictory process. Its contradiction stems from the different social interests and position of labor and capital. Workers are organized in unions, while employers in associations of employers. Both forms of organization have social power, which plays an important role in collective bargaining. Government as the third social partner also possesses social power that springs from the nature of the institution. This power mode of the government is institutional, as it is derived from the powers of government are are governed by the constitution and laws. The government appears as an employer of public employees, and in that context also as a subject in collective bargaining. In early 90s the social partners joined with great enthusiasm, desire and positive attitude to CA. As time passed representatives of the capital had more resistance to this very important process and manifested power in collective bargaining. Union gradually lost its social power, and thus negotiating position. The collective agreement is the result of social and political power of the social partners. Besides power, as intrinsic factor, a great impact on collective bargaining, or the content of CA at all levels is exercised by external factors such as: legal framework, ideological profile of the government, policies of international financial institutions, labor market (unemployment), etc. To what extent these factors influenced the process of collective bargaining or the content of CA, particularly the role of unions is shown by the results from our research that are placed below in this article.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Law
Divisions: Faculty of Law
Depositing User: Sanja Stefanova
Date Deposited: 22 Nov 2012 10:09
Last Modified: 22 Nov 2012 10:09
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/1643

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