Labour Relations Act, 1995 (Act No. 66 of 1995)
Chapter III : Collective Bargaining
Part A : Organisational Rights
18. Right to establish thresholds of representativeness
|(1)||An employer and a registered trade union whose members are a majority of the employees employed by that employer in a workplace, or the parties to a bargaining council, may conclude a collective agreement establishing a threshold of representativeness required in respect of one or more of the organisational rights referred to in sections 12, 13 and 15.|
|(2)||A collective agreement concluded in terms of subsection (1) is not binding unless the thresholds of representativeness in the collective agreement are applied equally to any registered trade union seeking any of the organisational rights referred to in that subsection.|
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