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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unionize.
- adj. Organized into a trades union or trades unions.
- adj. Not ionized.
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- adj. being a member of or formed into a labor union
- adj. not converted into ions
To me, only a Wal-Mart fully unionized is tolerable, and only just.
"Several tests indicate that this relationship is * not* found in unionized school districts."
I know that a lot of you have a policy of only staying in unionized hotels when you travel even if they are sometimes a little more expensive or not so conveniently located.
Thus the current funding system -- which BTW is standard in unionized big urban school systems across the US -- outright screws the poor by giving their schools much less real money per student, and the lower-quality staff that goes with it.
One bonus of the TSA employees being unionized is that there are no summary firings because someone pissed off their boss.
How else to explain that their bill outlawing secret ballots for votes on whether a shop becomes unionized is titled "The Employee Free Choice Act".
Happily, for most longer-term unionized entertainment workers -- and I'm here referring to people laboring under IA, WGA, SAG, or DGA contracts -- they end up getting the best of multiple worlds.
Obviously, the decline in unionized heavy industry jobs hit rust belt Ohio harder than growing California, which had fewer unionized heavy industry jobs to lose.
No. My parents were teachers, my wife is a teacher, and I was a teacher, all of us union members in unionized school system, and the argument you’re making sounds utterly absurd to me – likely either uninformed nonsense or a very unusual & anomalous situation.
The entire point of being unionized is to compel ownership to bargain with you alone — and not with anyone who happens by on the street — allowing you to bargain for the highest price the utility of your labor can command — saving you from accepting the lowest price management’s relative power can compel you to.
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