union shop

NOUN
  1. a company allowed to hire nonunion workers on the condition that they will join the union within a specified time
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How To Use union shop In A Sentence

  • On a canvassing run with a union shop steward who buses dishes at a local restaurant, the going was rough.
  • It will be a nonunion shop whose first-year production will be 150,000 Sonata sedans for the U.S. market.
  • More than half of its workers belong to a union, while rival cable companies are typically nonunion shops.
  • Workers at foreign companies' nonunion shops make roughly the same in wages and benefits as unionized employees in Detroit.
  • We are trying to bring the union shop stewards from both workplaces together and launch a campaign to save jobs.
  • Most editors and reporters in non-union shops aren't getting anywhere near that; they aren't getting access to a pension plan or "quids"; they have or probably will lose their 401k match; etc. ... Guild e-mail paints dark picture
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