productivity bargaining


productivity bargaining
A form of collective bargaining in Britain in which higher rates of pay are traded against employees' acceptance of greater flexibility in work tasks and functions, or other changes in working practice, or where productivity payments are related directly to volume of output.

Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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