Unionization can't stop individual bargaining

It is a common misconception that, when employees under an employer are organized for collective bargaining purposes, individual employees can no longer go to the employer to negotiate for better terms and conditions. The truth is that the Labor Code recognizes the right of individual workers or worker groups to present their grievances to the employer.

According to Book V of the Labor Code, an individual employee or group of employees shall have the right at any time to present grievances to their employer.