Bargaining Council For The Restaurant Catering And Allied Trades Main Collective Agreement

The parties to the Bargaining Council then negotiate through a process (known as collective bargaining) to define employment standards and wages for the sector, sector and/or area for which the Council was established. Initially, the terms of an agreement apply only to the parties (and their members/collaborators). However, the parties may request that their agreement be renewed so as to apply to all employers and workers active in that sector/sector/region. If this happens (by notification in the government dashboard), the parties have effectively established standards that all people active in that sector/sector/sector must comply with. To the extent that matters are subsequently settled by the agreement of the Council of Collective Agreements, the provisions of that agreement take precedence over the provisions of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act. . . .