Preparing for collective bargaining involves the compliance of certain important legal actions and the acquisition of knowledge from the bargaining team in order to participate fully in the process. The most difficult negotiations are clearly those on wages and wage increases, where the positions of the social partners are generally the clearest. Although these negotiations are generally very difficult, the social partners have so far reached compromises acceptable to both parties. According to available statistics, after three years of continuous decline, real wages finally rose in 2001, which could confirm the effectiveness of wage negotiations. Another indicator of the effectiveness of bargaining is the decrease in the number of disputes related to the collective bargaining process. So there is no data on significant extreme actions such as strikes…