Did you mayhaps mean unionized?
- un- + ionized (Wiktionary)
“Mahlon Mitchell, president of the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin, told me in the Capitol rotunda in Madison why the unionised firefighters were there, even though their union was one not targeted by Governor Scott Walker's bill: "This is about an attack on the middle class.”
“Equally unacceptable is cutting unionised public sector pay, however many jobs it might save.”
“The crims have unionised to better appear legitimate, so cops spend their time chasing ordinary householders about cleaning their front steps while transport union operatives go about taking protection money and shooting each other, unhindered by the law.”
“There is simply very little, fundamental middle-class support for this unionised ideal, and so whatever form it takes, it will become adversarial because it is in a culture which is fundamentally adversarial to such an ideal. joe from Lowell Says:”
“For instance I think Mercedes has opened its factory in Alabama where costs of labour are lower and labour is less unionised, which could be interpreted as a loss of jobs for the not exactly fully employed Detroit area.”
“Once again, medical school is 60% female in Australia and we are paid on a unionised award system here so we are guaranteed pay parity (NB NOT the case in the US and in many other countries - to deny there is a gender gap is simply naive and uninformed).”
“What it boils down to is that Obama and the Dems protected their support in SEIU and AFSCME by siphoning close to a trillion dollars out of the wallets of American taxpayers, sustaining high private-sector unemployment by scaring private-sector employers with probable tax increases, just to give the money to unionised government workers.”
“The Labour Party increased taxes on the rich to confiscatory levels, and the electorate (a solid block of unionised Labour voters) kept voting them in, or voting in wet Tories who keep those policies.”
“January 10th, 2009 at 2: 17 pm the non-unionised, independent system is about 300% better;”
“Also, the threat of blunt, tempest-in-teapot micromanagement by administration is not something I have witnessed in my non-unionised school.”
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