zipper clause

Definition of "zipper clause"
  1. A provision within a labor contract that states the agreement fully and exclusively represents the mutual consent of the parties involved
How to use "zipper clause" in a sentence
  1. The workers didn't understand the importance of the zipper clause until disputes arose about unmentioned benefits and conditions in their contract.
  2. The company insisted on having a zipper clause in the labor contract to prevent future conflicts regarding terms not expressly stated in the agreement.
  3. The lawyer reviewed the labor agreement carefully, ensuring that the zipper clause was clear and fair to all parties involved.

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