Disclosure of Information for Collective Bargaining

The Industrial Relations (Northern Ireland) Order 1992 places a general duty on employers to disclose, when requested, information to Trade Union Representatives that is necessary for the purposes of Collective Bargaining.   The Trade Union must be recognised by the employer for collective bargaining purposes and the information is that which is in the possession of the employer, and is that without which a trade union representative would be impeded in the bargaining process.

  • Disclosure of information to trade unions for collective bargaining purposes
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