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Collective bargaining coverage is an indicator of the extent to which the terms of workers’ employment are influenced by collective negotiation. It is the coverage rate, i.e. the number of employees covered by the collective agreement, divided by the total number of wage and salary-earners.

Source Publication:
OECD Employment Outlook, July 1994, Chapter 5, Collective Bargaining: levels and Coverage, page 171.

Cross References:
Collective bargaining

Statistical Theme: Social and welfare statistics

Created on Thursday, May 2, 2002