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According to the definition given by the Collective Agreements Recommendation (No.91) of the International Labour Organization: "The term collective agreements means all agreements in writing regarding working conditions and terms of employment concluded between an employer, a group of employers or one or more employers' organizations, on the one hand, and one or more representative workers' organizations, or, in the absence of such organizations, the representatives of the workers duly elected and authorized by them in accordance with national laws and regulations, on the other." Furthermore, Article 2 of the Collective Agreement Act of the R.O.C. stipulates that: "Collective agreement referred to in the Act is a written agreement which is concluded by an employer or employer organization with juristic person status and a labor union established in accordance with the Labor Union Act for the purpose of governing labor relations and other related matters."
- Source:Department of Employment Relations
- Publication Date:2015-04-20
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