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collective bargaining

n.
Negotiation between organized workers and their employer or employers to determine wages, hours, rules, and working conditions.
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collective bargaining

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) negotiation between one or more trade unions and one or more employers or an employers' organization on the incomes and working conditions of the employees
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collec′tive bar′gaining


n.
the process by which wages, working conditions, etc., are negotiated and agreed upon by union and employer for all employees under the union's jurisdiction.
[1890–95]
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collective bargaining

Negotiations over pay and conditions between people representing the employers and trade union officials.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.collective bargaining - negotiation between an employer and trade union
negotiation, talks, dialogue - a discussion intended to produce an agreement; "the buyout negotiation lasted several days"; "they disagreed but kept an open dialogue"; "talks between Israelis and Palestinians"
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collective bargaining

ntrattative fpl (sindacali) collettive
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