Definition of collective bargaining in English:

collective bargaining

Line breaks: col¦lect|ive bar¦gain|ing


[mass noun]
Negotiation of wages and other conditions of employment by an organized body of employees.
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  • He wanted a pragmatic organization of skilled workers committed to collective bargaining for better wages and conditions.
  • The trend away from traditional national wage contracts and collective bargaining is in full swing.
  • The final section engages critically with the dynamics of collective bargaining at a global level.

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