Collective Bargaining Coverage
Collective Bargaining Coverage - (noun)
This is the extent to which the terms of workers’ employment are influenced by collective negotiation. It describes the coverage rate, which is the number of employees covered by the collective agreement divided by the total number of employees.
Source: Adapted from OECD Statistics Portal
Example of Use: Collective bargaining coverage decreased after changes to the labour law that came into effect after the financial crisis.