Conciliation body (works council and employer)

The arbitration board serves to settle differences of opinion between the works council and the employer. It consists of at least three people, assessors who are appointed half by the employer and half by the works council, and an impartial chairman whose person both sides must agree on. His vote is decisive if no agreement can be reached between the two sides (Section 76 (3) BetrVG).

The arbitration board acts in the cases provided for by the Works Constitution Act (e.g. Section 87 BetrVG). The ruling of the arbitration board is binding for both the employer and the works council. Decisions are therefore definitely conceivable that do not have to correspond to the will and interests of the employer.

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