Employers may terminate their employment relationship for any legitimate reason (i.e.: Not under a prohibited ground or in retaliation), unless they have to justify a fair reason. These legitimate reasons may relate to the employee individually or to legitimate business reasons. Whatever the reason, the termination of the employment relationship must comply with the labour standards, employment contracts or collective agreements in force. 52 (1) An employer bound by a collective agreement and wishing to make a technological change that may affect the working conditions or job security of a significant number of workers in the employer to which the collective agreement applies shall have the negotiator bound by the collective agreement at least one hundred and twenty days before the date of application of the collective agreement, to inform about technological changes. technological change must take place. Before negotiations for a collective agreement begin, the union must obtain certification from the Chamber of Labour. Shortly after certification, the union begins the process of collective bargaining (or bargaining) with the employer. The objective of the negotiations is to reach agreement on the many issues that can be included in the agreement. 49 (1) Any party to the collective agreement may, within four months, immediately before the expiry of the collective agreement or within the longer period provided for in the collective agreement, apply to the other party to the collective agreement to enter into collective bargaining for the purpose of extending or revising the collective agreement or entering into a new collective agreement.

Generally speaking, collective bargaining takes place between a bargaining unit and company representatives at company level. However, it may take place in some legal systems at the industry level (e.g. B in the construction industry). 2. The employer who succeeds a former contractor as a service provider shall pay to the workers who provide the services under this contract or this agreement remuneration at least equivalent to that to which the workers of the former contractor who provided the same or essentially similar services, in accordance with the provisions of a collective agreement to which this party applies: They have been entitled to a right. (b) the collective agreement contains provisions for procedures for the negotiation and final settlement, during the term of the agreement, of all matters relating to working conditions or job security which may be affected by technological change; or (2) If a collective agreement provides that a provision of the collective agreement may be amended during the term of the collective agreement, a party empowered by the collective agreement may request the other party, through termination, to enter into collective bargaining for the purpose of revising the provision. 47.1 Prior to the cancellation or termination indemnity, it was made in accordance with Article 47, paragraph 1. 1 the granting of a contractual termination in respect of a collective agreement or arbitration award that engaged workers of an entity or enterprise that were part of the federal public administration immediately before the termination or severance pay, employers have in principle the right to monitor e-mails, telephone calls and/or computers in non-unionized jobs, except data protection legislation. . . .