Bargaining Agent(redirected from Bargaining Agents)
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A union that possesses the sole authority to act on behalf of all the employees of a particular type in a company.
A bargaining agent is certified by the national labor relations board (NLRB) as the exclusive representative of a certain type of employee. The International Garment Workers Union, for example, might act as the bargaining agent for all seamstresses employed at a particular dress factory.