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What is Bipartite and Tripartite Agreement? Pls describe the same.

tsivasankaran -  Member Since: Dec 2007
An agreement arrived at between the management and the workmen on their own without any interference from Govt under section 18(1) is referred to as Bipartite settlement. It is applicable to those who are a party to the settlement.

Tripartite agreement is arrived at during consiliation proceedings before the conciliation officer and is referred to as Tripartite settlement
This covers all workmen present and future and all unions even if they are not a party to the settlement
This is called 12(3) settlement

Siva

vvyas83 -  Member Since: Mar 2008
Dear,

You need not to have sample copies of both because it is not useful as demands may vary but the only difference will be at the place of signatur where in Tripartite it will be signed by three people including government body and in bipartite it will have signature of only employer(management) and labour representatives

Vijay




 
 
 
 





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