auxiliary law

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Serves to support voluntary regulation of employment relations by trade unions and employers through collective bargaining. Law of this type does not directly regulate the employment relationship but supports the activity of unions and employers in developing non-legal forms of job regulation. Examples of auxiliary legislation are laws that aid trade unions in securing recognition from employers or permit strike activity so that unions possess bargaining power. [See collective employment law, immunity, and voluntarism.]

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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