cooling-off period

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A period of delay before the commencement of strike action. Such a period can be ordered by a court to prolong the search for settlement to an industrial dispute. Under US labour law, the President can order an eighty-day delay to the start of industrial action if the latter threatens the national interest.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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