Caucuses are groups of people within an organization who get together to discuss important matters and reach decisions. In the business world, caucuses are generally used for mediation. In this context, two parties and a mediator would come together. One party would bring up a grievance they have regarding the opposite party, and the two groups would work together to come up with a solution that everyone is happy with. For example, a group of employees at a company may form a caucus because they want better working conditions. They would bring these demands to the attention of individuals at higher-levels position, and an ultimate decision will be determined.
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