Central Arbitration Committee
An independent body with statutory powers whose main function is to adjudicate on applications relating to the statutory recognition and de-recognition of trade unions by employers for collective bargaining purposes, where such recognition or de-recognition cannot be agreed voluntarily. The CAC also has a statutory role in determining disputes between trade unions and employers over the disclosure of information for collective bargaining purposes, and complaints regarding the establishment and operation in Great Britain of European Works Councils and information and consultation agreements. It also provides voluntary arbitration in industrial disputes.
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