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Economic Definition of labor slowdown. Defined.

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Term labor slowdown Definition: A technique used by workers, generally labor union members, who reduce their productivity in an attempt to achieve a particular goal or objective. The goal pursued tends to be relatively minor, such as better lighting, and thus not worth engaging in a formal strike.


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