Labour Legislation

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Labour Legislation - (noun)


Labour legislation is the body of law that is applied to employment, pay and conditions, trade unions and industrial relations. ‘Legislation’ is synonymous with law that has been enacted by a legislature. It is also known as ‘statutory law’.


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Example of Use: New labour legislation was passed by the government that made it more difficult for trade unions to take industrial action.