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adjective as in confederate

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If they vote yes, they would be the first Amazon warehouse in the United States to unionize.

Successfully unionizing even a handful of workers at the biggest and most important American corporations would also be a big win for the labor movement, whose power has been shrinking over the past several decades.

Patrollers at Utah’s Canyons Resort unionized in 2000, though the union was disbanded when the mountain was purchased by Vail Resorts in 2014.

Meanwhile, the Stevens Pass patrollers who voted to unionize in 2019 have been waiting 21 months to finalize their first contract with Vail, says union president Brianna Hartzell.

Additionally, New Mexico’s independently owned Taos Ski Valley attempted to unionize in 2015.

The reason: activist government and unionized government often work at cross purposes.

Today, private sector unionized workers are not even ten percent of the work force.

Consider the October 2013 strike by unionized Bay Area Rapid Transit employees in California.

But reform had a darker side: the state put into unemployment 7,500 unionized teachers, who lost their health coverage.

Some unionized railway workers were guaranteed lifetime pay and only had to work a few hours a month.

She was slightly unionized, but not in the least abolitionized.

In seeking work he was limited to such occupations as had not yet been unionized.

We aren't unionized, Kathleen, but the 'Imperial' is one of the best shops in the city; all the girls say so.

Not obey the boss, when they already felt an endless stream trickling down their unionized gullets?

Employment in unionized industries strengthened their position in the postwar labor movement.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unionized, such as: amalgamated, associated, combined, federal, federated, and incorporated.

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