reopening clause

Definition of "reopening clause"
  1. It's a term used in the context of a collective bargaining agreement that allows for the reexamination of a particular topic, such as wages, during the agreement's duration
How to use "reopening clause" in a sentence
  1. The reopening clause in their contract allowed them to revisit the issue of their hourly wage halfway through the year.
  2. Despite the signed agreement, they could still negotiate the conditions thanks to the included reopening clause.
  3. The reopening clause was triggered to demand better working conditions despite the existing mutual agreement.

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