organized labor

NOUN
  1. employees who are represented by a labor union
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How To Use organized labor In A Sentence

  • Readers should forgive Lichtenstein for his ultimate pallid proposals for reversing the recent sharp economic and political decline of organized labor.
  • For one thing, organized labor takes a dim view of the practice, particularly during periods of high unemployment. A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, Functions
  • Organized labor provided major support for Clinton and Democratic congressional candidates in 1996.
  • Dole has been highly critical of organized labor this year, especially an expensive union ad campaign waged against Republicans.
  • Organized labor provided major support for Clinton and Democratic congressional candidates in 1996.
  • If the South was exceptional, it was not in worker resistance to organized labor, but employer resistance.
  • A spokesman for Mr. Mica said the proposed legislation was intended to correct what he called a "favor to organized labor" by the mediation board. Airlines, Unions at Odds Over Proposal in FAA Bill
  • Posted February 7, 2007 1: 18 AM flix writes: albeit focusing more on the link to organized labor than business cartels. Collusion in the Classroom, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • In 1972, organized labor had even refused to endorse George McGovern, the New Left candidate.
  • Meanwhile, organized labor and the thousands of new patronage jobs in the federal bureaucracy gave the president powerful political leverage.
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