Tripartite Social Dialogue

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Tripartite Social Dialogue - (adjective + noun)


Social dialogue refers to discussions, consultations, negotiations and joint action involving organisations representing two sides of industry (employers and workers). Tripartite social dialogue takes place between European employers, trade union organisations, and government or EU representatives.


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Example of Use: Effective tripartite social dialogue reduces the risk of industrial and social conflict.