employee participation


employee participation
employee participation emˌployee partiˈcipation noun [uncountable] HUMAN RESOURCES
1. another name for employee involvement:

• The company also encourages employee participation in this process through small groups in which workers discuss ideas.

2. another name for employee ownership:

• There is a high level of employee participation through an employee share ownership plan.

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employee participation UK US noun [U]
HR EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT(Cf. ↑employee involvement)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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