CONCERTED ACTIVITYconcerted activity. Labor law. Action by employees concerning wages or working conditions. ? Concerted activity is protected by the National Labor Relations Act and cannot be used as a basis for disciplining or discharging an employee. [Cases: Labor Relations 281. C.J.S. Labor Relations ¡ì¡ì 263¨C264.]
¡°Typical protected concerted activity involves union organizing, the discussion of unionization among employees, or the attempt by one employee to solicit union support from another employee. But concerted activity need not involve a union. Activities by groups of employees unaffiliated with a union to improve their lot at their work place are deemed protected concerted activities.¡± Douglas L. Leslie, Labor Law in a Nutshell 84 (3d ed. 1992).
How do Chinese lawyers translate the term CONCERTED ACTIVITY?