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03. Labour Relations and Negotiations: Collective

Labour Relations and Negotiations: Collective

We approach negotiations from a position of exposure and skill. Nerine has been involved in many of the key disputes of this type in her career and has experience in understanding what is required to reach valuable solutions.


The labour stability codes (collective bargaining code)* are currently a progressive and useful guide on how to address collective bargaining challenges.


Through its partners, ERX has been pioneering a way to use the codes that enhance bargaining and employment relationships by advocating the use of a values-based approach to bargaining through the codes and, in so doing, incorporating the value principles of the codes into collective bargaining.


ERX has designed and delivered workshops and bespoke training courses dealing with this unique way of addressing how to prepare for your bargaining process. This approach, coupled with innovative methods for introducing the collective bargaining codes to assist in developing sound workplace values as well as a progressive method of managing industrial peace, has already shown value for some clients.


ERX believes that given the sound foundations (through training and our values-based approach), trade union bargaining and employment relationships can be enhanced to ensure stability and good ongoing relationships.


Allow ERX to manage these multilateral relationships through our training in innovative methods for using the labour stability codes.


*Labour Stability Codes negotiated and agreed upon at NEDLAC, INCLUDING THE CODES OF GOOD PRACTICE: Collective bargaining, industrial action, and picketing

 30 Years of Accumulated Practice

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Our solutions are customised. Our services and training courses are purpose-built and based on our experience. We develop solutions on a contracted project basis for a specific problem.


We also service clients on a retainer basis for a full or tailored monthly service offering.

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