give-backs


give-backs
 The surrender by unions of previously agreed upon benefits.
 ► “Carey’s 1991 campaign took a hard line against wage concessions, relaxation of work rules, and other give-backs.” (Traffic Management, Feb. 1994, p. 34)

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