Social Dialogue

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Social Dialogue - (adjective + noun )


The ETUC defines social dialogue as the ‘process of negotiation by which different actors in society (or ‘social partners') reach agreement to work together on policies and activities. Social dialogue takes place at national and sectoral level as well as European level. ‘Bipartite' social dialogue brings together workers and employers, whereas ‘tripartite' social dialogue also involves government or EU representatives.


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Example of Use: Social dialogue is most critical in times of economic crisis.