codetermination

noun
co·​de·​ter·​mi·​na·​tion | \ˌkō-di-ˌtər-mə-ˈnā-shən \

Definition of codetermination 

: the participation of labor with management in determining business policy

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Arguably the most aggressive and well-developed codetermination system is that of Germany. Dylan Matthews, Vox, "Workers don’t have much say in corporations. Why not give them seats on the board?," 6 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of codetermination

1949, in the meaning defined above

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