Bipartite Social Dialogue

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Bipartite Social Dialogue - (adjective + noun)


Social dialogue refers to discussions, consultations, negotiations and joint action involving organisations representing two sides of industry (employers and workers). Bipartite social dialogue takes place between European employers and trade union organisations.


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Example of Use: Bipartite social dialogue took place between the major employers in the sector and the trade union confederation.