Right to collective bargaining
ILO Convention 98 provides the right for unions to negotiate collectively with employers. Collective bargaining is recognized as the primary means of improving workers' living standards, wages and reducing inequalities.
Convention 98 also provides protection against anti-union discrimination.
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ILO Factsheet - What is Collective Bargaining?