Definition of enterprise bargaining in English:

enterprise bargaining

noun

mass nounAustralian
  • Negotiations on pay and conditions conducted between the employer and employees in an individual workplace.

    ‘the union had intimidated customers to gain leverage during enterprise bargaining’
    • ‘University staff secured 36 weeks of paid parental leave in their enterprise bargaining agreement.’
    • ‘About 150 workers went on a week-long strike in support of an enterprise bargaining campaign.’
    • ‘The delegate had been a key player in a seven-week strike in support of enterprise bargaining claims a year earlier.’
    • ‘In reality it was a short-lived enterprise bargaining dispute.’
    • ‘Teachers are the first group of workers to commence enterprise bargaining negotiations.’
    • ‘Workers are trying to protect jobs and incomes through enterprise bargaining negotiations.’
    • ‘Federal jurisdiction allows industrial action during an enterprise bargaining period.’
    • ‘Service fees would only be imposed by a vote of the majority of workers during the enterprise bargaining process.’
    • ‘There are significant enterprise bargaining rounds about to start in the near future.’
    • ‘The strike which has shut down Australia's car making industry is entirely consistent with the law and logic of our enterprise bargaining system.’
    • ‘The company refuses to budge in enterprise bargaining talks.’