Definition of industrial democracy in English:

industrial democracy

Line breaks: in|dus|trial dem|oc¦racy


[mass noun]
The involvement of employees in the running of an industry, factory, company, etc.
More example sentences
  • Strike action alone could not solve the issues of industrial democracy, social equality, and the dangers posed by fascism and imperialist militarism.
  • We are not leaving out internal democracy as we build industrial democracy.
  • As for policies to that end his Five Big Years reinforced his earlier advocacy of capitalism and political democracy, but reformed his policies for industrial democracy.

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