Industrial Dispute

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Industrial Dispute - (adjective + noun)


This refers to a confrontation over pay and conditions of employment between employers or employer organisations and employees or trade unions.


Source: Taken from Eurofound
Example of Use: The industrial dispute was a result of management’s decision to freeze pay. It was only resolved after a week-long strike brought management back to the negotiating table and a 2% pay rise was agreed.