Employee Representation

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Employee Representation - (noun)


This can be defined as the right of employees to have a trade union or individual to represent them in negotiations with management on issues such as pay and working conditions.


Source: Adapted from EurWork
Example of Use: Employee representation is often carried out by trade unions. However other bodies also represent employees in the workplace. ‘Works councils’ and ‘enterprise committees’ are two examples.