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joint consultative committeenoun [C]

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HR, WORKPLACE in the UK, a ​group of ​people who ​represent the ​management and ​employees of an ​organization, and who ​meet for ​formal discussions before decisions are taken which affect the ​employees: Employers and ​tradeunionsshareinformation and ​exchange views within a ​jointconsultativecommittee.
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