codetermination

(from the article `organized labour`) ...to a variety of means to help industrial unions strengthen their workplace organizations so they could better absorb worker discontent. One ... German law also provides for a system of `codetermination,` or worker representation, on the supervisory boards of large companies. (Supervisor...
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Codetermination

A requirement regulating the operation of works councils in several continental countries. It defines a number of areas where the agreement of employee representatives is necessary before management may take action. eg: the monitoring of employee performance.
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