Collective Conciliation Explained

Collective Conciliation is facilitated or assisted negotiation where an Agency conciliator helps employers and employees (normally via trade unions) to try to reach mutually acceptable settlements of their collective disputes.

We do not impose outcomes or make judgements on the rights or wrongs of the matter in dispute. There is no compulsion to use collective conciliation and any agreement is voluntarily entered into by the parties.

This booklet explains how we can help.

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Last updated: 20 March 2019