consumer boycott

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The decision by customers not to buy particular goods and thereby demonstrate disapproval of a company's employment or environmental policy. Consumer boycotts have been organized by trade unions involved in industrial disputes and seeking recognition from employers in the United States. They have also been organized by advocacy and campaigning groups seeking to improve conditions for workers in supplier firms in developing countries.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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