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bargaining unitnoun [C]

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WORKPLACE, HR employees, especially members of a labour union (= an organization that represents workers), who are considered as a single group in discussions about their pay, working conditions, etc.: Workers in the bargaining unit don't have to join the union to be protected by the contract.
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