industrial relations


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industrial relations

pl.n.
Relations between the management of an industrial enterprise and its employees.

industrial relations

n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (functioning as plural) those aspects of collective relations between management and workers' representatives which are normally covered by collective bargaining
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (functioning as singular) the management of relations between the employers or managers of an enterprise and their employees
Translations

industrial relations

1. nplrelazioni fpl sindacali
2. n (field of study) → relazioni fpl industriali
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