Collective Bargaining Report – Chile


Collective Bargaining Report – Chile SKU_9035

The Collective Bargaining report was born in response to the need to have current Chilean market information, in terms of the topics included in the contracts and collective agreements.

The study makes a diagnosis of labor relations in Chile in terms of unionization and negotiation, and in his third edition analyses the changes observed in the market after the entry into force of the Labor Reform.

 

  • Methodology
  • PRICING Options
  • Coverage
  • Survey Schedule
  • Contacts

Methodology

The report is structured as follows:

  • General background
  • Chapter of good practices
  • Chapter of comparison between the negotiations carried out before and after the entry into force of the Labor Reform
  • Chapter of valuation of instruments

PRICING Options

Participating companies 100 UF
Non-participating companies 150 UF

Coverage

  • General Background
    • Definitions
    • Characterization of the sample
    • Unionization rates
  • Chapter 1: Good Labor Practices
    • Labor Relations Area
    • Negotiating entity
    • Evaluation of the negotiation process
    • Characterization of negotiations
    • Good practices and their impact on the negotiation process
    • Internal equity
  • Chapter 2: Evolution
    • Comparison between the negotiations carried out before and after the entry into force of the Labor Reform
  • Chapter 3: Valorization of Collective Instruments
    • Guaranteed assignments
    • Eventual assignments
    • Other benefits
    • Variable incentives
    • Bonus negotiation term

Survey Schedule

  • Deadline to participate: July 13th 2018
  • Publication date: August 2018

In PDF or Excel format (optional).

Contacts

Denisse Gutierrez
Denisse.Gutierrez@mercer.com
+56 2 2428 6688

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  • Short DescriptionThe study makes a diagnosis of labor relations in Chile in terms of unionization and negotiation.
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