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free collective bargaining

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Labour relations, unions
free collective bargainingˌfree colˌlective ˈbargaining noun [uncountable] British English  BELtalks between trade unions and employers about pay or working conditions that are not controlled by law
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free collective bargainingThere were voices, if as yet in a minority, within both industry and government favouring the establishment of free collective bargaining.Mr. Evans Did the Minister discuss with the unions concerned the maintenance of free collective bargaining and union recognition in the agencies?
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