THE ROLE OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING ON MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR RELATIONS A CASE STUDY OF FIRST ALUMINIUM COMPANY LIMITED AND WEST AFRICAN GLASS INDUSTRY LIMITED PORT HARCOURT

ABSTRACT Industrial relations are inherently a bipartite relationship between union and management, representing workers and the employer. Similar to other relationship, the union management relationship is also highly fragile and complex. Collective bargaining typically refers to the negotiation, administration and interpretation of a written agreement between two parties that covers a specific period of time. […]

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