When voting happens, obviously there will be many who will support the union and many who will not. If the union wins, they take good advantage of their position and decide on behalf of all the workers without consulting the rest. Those who won’t agree with their decisions will be treated as aliens and won’t even be allowed to enjoy the benefits of collective bargaining. It could be a possibility.
Now it is the turn for advantages, collective bargaining helps the management to have better relationship with the workers. Both of them know that they need each other. An organization won’t be able to run without any one of them. So it is always better to develop their relationship and get to understand the requirements of each other. The management and the workers both work for either their own benefit or for the sake of their common organization, so the conflict between them will be of no use (Sebastian, 2013). It increases the communication between both of them. On the other hand, there are workers who are a part of union, and there are those who are not, those who are not can be counted as individuals with less power. Now there could be many individuals with less power and they make another group of their own which is larger than the union and becomes more close to the management and obviously the management cannot ignore such a huge group of people, so in this way the workers and the management get united rather than imparted.
There are many ways in which the employment relationship exists and definitely it has its own impact on the employees and the employers as well at the workplaces. Recently in 2012 a new law i.e. ‘New Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining Agreement Law’ was introduced in Italy by the President Abdullah Gül even after much criticism.