collective bargaining agreement

piguy3

Senior Member
English - United States
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Would it be "acuerdo de negocción colectiva”? Additionally, is there a special term for a mandatory collective agreement, of the type that exists in Western Europe where legal restrictions on employment terms are established by negotiation between employers and labor unions?
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The answer is Yes if there is a mandatory minimum wage by law or mandatory collective agreement.
 
  • mimo_qm

    Member
    Colombia- Spanish
    Dear Piguy3, about "collective bargaining agreement" my judicial dictionary says: "acuerdo de negociación colectiva", just like yours. I'm sorry but I can't help you with the second part.
     

    CarlosH

    New Member
    Spanish - Colombia
    Hi:

    In Latin America, that kind of agreement is a "convención colectiva" (if agreed with a labor union) or "pacto colectivo" (if agreed with employees not belonging to an union)
     
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