The participation of trade union organisations and workers` collectives involved in the collective bargaining of representatives of trade union organisations and workers` collectives should not be subject, for the duration of these negotiations, to disciplinary measures which are attributed to another job, delegated or dismissed by the administration concerned without the agreement of the body for which they are elected. Section 4. Basic principles for the conclusion of collective agreements and agreements. The basic principles for the conclusion of collective agreements are as follows: the fees of experts and mediators, invited by mutual agreement between the parties, are set, with their agreement, by the executive and economic management bodies, as well as by employers (or their associations). The right to bargain collectively with an employer strengthens the human dignity, freedom and autonomy of workers by giving them the opportunity to influence the definition of labour rules and thus gain some control over an important aspect of their lives, namely their work… Collective bargaining is not just a tool for pursuing external objectives… Rather, it is an experience as an experience of self-management that is in itself valuable… Collective bargaining enables workers to achieve some form of democracy in the workplace and to guarantee the rule of law in the workplace. Workers gain a voice to influence the definition of rules that control an important aspect of their lives.
 Trade union or other worker-empowered representation may, in its own way, negotiate and conclude a collective agreement on behalf of the workers it represents and conclude a complement to a single collective agreement for the protection of the specific interests of the workers it represents in a professional matter. Addendum is an integral part of the collective agreement and has the same legal force as it does. The collective agreement enters into force at the time of its signing by the parties or from the date set out in the agreement and remains in force for the duration of the agreement. Collective bargaining is a process of bargaining between employers and a group of workers who aim to regulate wages, working conditions, benefits and other aspects of workers` compensation and workers` rights. The interests of workers are generally represented by representatives of a union to which the workers belong.