Midterm bargaining

Midterm bargaining,

Definition of Midterm bargaining:

  1. Negotiation of the terms of a labor contract during the period in which the contract is in force, instead of negotiating when the contract is being initiated or renewed. Most union contracts restrict mid-term bargaining concerning matters covered by the contract, allowing mid-term bargaining only on new issues or issues not contained in the contract.

Meaning of Midterm bargaining & Midterm bargaining Definition