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good-faith bargaining

under the National Labor Relations Act of the United States, the principle that employers recognizing a union as the representative of their employees must treat that union as the exclusive representative of the employees and agree to bargain with that union in an honest, open manner over the terms and conditions of employment. See collective bargaining.

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