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Ballot to endorse a pre existing agreement checklist

1.  Identify employees who should be covered by the ballot (this could be all employees - take advice if this is not clear). 2.  Ensure that employees have access to the pre-existing agreement

Electing employee representatives checklist

1.  Identify the number of employees to be covered by the Information and Consultation agreement. 2.  Determine number of employee representatives required (1 for every 50 employees, with a minimum of 2 and

Industrial action ballot process checklist

If any of these stages have not been followed then it is likely that any industrial action which follows will be unofficial. However, ‘minor` non-compliances will be unlikely to result

Receiving and responding to I and C request checklist

1.  Do you employ less than 50 people? If so, the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004 ("the Regulations") do not apply to your organisation. 2.  If the Regulations do not apply

Responding to a request for a european works council checklist

1.  Does your organisation employ at least 1000 employees in the EEA with at least 150 employees in each of two or more member states? If not, then respond to the

Unlawful industrial action checklist

Had there been a ballot before the industrial action took place?  If so, consider the following questions. If the answer to any of them is ‘no` it is possible that

Issues to discuss when negotiating an I and C agreement checklist

Note: The Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004 do not specify the content of the agreement, however the government guidelines (originally from the DTI, now the BIS) suggest that



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