Entry from British & World English dictionary
A dispute between employers and employees.
- The first thing is that it is not strictly a dispute, in the sense that we have got an industrial dispute with an employer.
- It consists of 11 employees in an industrial dispute.
- The rubbish had not been cleared from the tip because the local authority had not wanted to aggravate an industrial dispute with its employees.
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