labour relations


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labour relations

pl n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms)
a. collective relations between the management of an organization and its employees or employees' representatives
b. a set of such relations in a wider context, such as in an industry, or in a national economy
Translations

labour relations

labor relations (Am) nplrelazioni fpl industriali
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