Freedom of association and the exercise of collective bargaining provide opportunities for constructive and non-confrontational dialogue, which benefits energy to focus on solutions that benefit the company, its stakeholders and society as a whole. The element of good faith is an important aspect of collective bargaining processes. Good faith negotiations are aimed at obtaining collective agreements that are acceptable to both parties. In the absence of an agreement, dispute resolution procedures can be used, from mediation to arbitration to mediation. Answer: Yes. Collective bargaining concerns the definition of working conditions, including restructuring. The specific conditions of a collective agreement fall within the competence of the negotiating parties.