What is a collective contract?
a collective contract is a contract that the employer pretty much makes up for a group of employees
Abraham Weiss has written: 'Employee benefit plans under collective bargaining--Another issue' -- subject(s): Collective labor agreements, Group Insurance, Industrial welfare, Insurance, Group, Old age pensions 'Collective bargaining in the chemical industry, May 1942' -- subject(s): Chemical industry, Collective bargaining, Labor contract 'Collective bargaining provisions' -- subject(s): Collective labor agreements, Time study, Labor contract, Wages, Overtime, Hours of labor, Apprentices
How does the social contract solve the problem of reconciling the rights of the individual with the rights of the collective?
It is a contract that disregards the rights of the individual in favor of the "will" of the collective. The rights of the collective? Honor the rights of all individuals and the rights of the collective are undeniably protected. Claim the collective has rights that are superior to individual rights and the collective becomes a pool of human fodder for those clever enough to plunder. The will of the people? The people have spoken? I…
collective bargaining is the method whereby workers organize together (usually in unions) to meet, converse, and negotiate upon the work conditions with their employers normally resulting in a written contract setting forth the wages, hours, and other conditions to be observed for a stipulated period It is the practice in which union and company representatives meet to negotiate a new labor contract.