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conciliation

noun [U]
 
 
/kənˌsɪliˈeɪʃən/
HR the process of helping two sides in a disagreement, for example employers and employees, to meet and talk about their different ideas in the hope of ending the disagreement: Most cases were decided by conciliation and did not need to go to a tribunal. a conciliation agreement/procedure/service →  See also ACAS
Translations of “conciliation”
in Russian примирение…
in Turkish uzlaştırma, arabuluculuk, barıştırma…
in Polish pojednanie…
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