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"restrictive practice" in British English

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restrictive practicenoun [C]

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in ​industry or ​business, an ​action that ​limits the ​freedom of ​workers or ​employers: Management ​accused the ​union of ​restrictivepractices.
(Definition of restrictive practice from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"restrictive practice" in Business English

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restrictive practicenoun [C]

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[often plural] HR, WORKPLACE a ​limitplaced by a ​tradeunion on the ​types of ​work that its ​members can do: The ​union has ​imposedrestrictivepractices and is ​inflexible in its ​demands.
(also restrictive trade practice, also restrictive business practice) ECONOMICS, COMMERCE a ​businessagreement between ​companies that ​controlsprices or the ​areas in which ​goods are ​sold, preventing ​faircompetition from other ​companies: Most ​nationalcompetitionpolicies still do not ​apply to ​restrictivebusinesspractices which solely ​attractforeignmarkets.
(Definition of restrictive practice from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “restrictive practice”
in Chinese (Simplified) (对工人或雇主的)排他限制,限制竞争的行为…
in Chinese (Traditional) (對工人或僱主的)排他限制,限制競爭的行為…
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