Free Collective Bargaining,
Free Collective Bargaining Definition:
A situation where workers and union members discuss working conditions, wages, etc. with employers. In debates that are not restricted by law or government.
Literal Meanings of Free Collective Bargaining
Meanings of Free:
There is no commission or payment.
With wet leaves
Freedom from captivity, imprisonment or slavery.
Not being in the control or power of someone else who is able to act or do as he pleases.
No or no longer locked or unlocked.
Not bound or limited by any liability or responsibility.
Not dependent or affected (a particular thing, generally undesirable)
Available for reference or for free.
Use luxury or spend without restriction.
Sentences of Free
Admission is free for women
I keep them out of the air and travel freely until I stand up
He was released from prison
I have no desire but to live a happy and free life
Researchers release birds
He spends his free time shopping
Synonyms of Free
without, off, giving, at liberty, charitable, prodigal, not working, turn loose, deliver, gratuitous, devoid of, without charge, not at work, free of charge, unoccupied, set loose, lacking in, liberal, at large, open-handed, unencumbered by, gratis, not busy
Meanings of Collective:
A cooperative enterprise
Developed by people working in groups.
Sentences of Collective
Anarkest Collective and Bookstore
Synonyms of Collective
fellowship, collective, cooperative, community, communal settlement, co-op, kibbutz
Meanings of Bargaining:
Discuss the terms of the transaction.
Be prepared to wait.
An agreement between two or more individuals or groups about what each will do for the other.
Something that is usually bought or offered at a much lower price than expected.
Sentences of Bargaining
Talk to City Hall about renting a stadium
I got more information than expected
Negotiations between pro-government political parties.
The table is a gift
Synonyms of Bargaining
contemplate, understanding, expect, trade, hold talks, discuss terms, cheap buy, take into consideration, plan for, look to, negotiate, traffic, envisage, imagine, reckon with, anticipate, allow for, hope for, agreement, wheel and deal, take into account, foresee, predict