open-door policy Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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open-door policynoun [C]

uk   us  
HR if a ​company has an open-door ​policy, ​managers are happy to listen to anything that ​employees want to discuss or to any problems they might have : We have a complete open-door ​policy at every ​level.
ECONOMICS, POLITICS if a country has an open-door ​policy, it encourages other countries to ​trade with it or ​invest in it, and ​people are ​free to ​enter it to ​live, ​work, etc.: No one is ​advocating an open-door ​policy.
(Definition of open-door policy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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