unionisation

NOUN
  1. act of forming labor unions
    the issue underlying the strike was unionization
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How To Use unionisation In A Sentence

  • Workers claim that they have been harassed and intimidated after complaining about working conditions and raising the issue of unionization.
  • That gap needs a strong dose of incredible shrinking pixy dust in the form of steeply progressive taxes, expanded unionization and a dramatic increase in the minimum wage, which is precisely what happened during our boom years after World War II. Les Leopold: Obama and the Incredible Shrinking Financial Sector
  • There is no question that the decline in unionization has hurt people below the median-wage level in the United States, and that needs to be addressed.
  • It is no coincidence that the United States, with one of the lowest rates of unionization in the developed world, is the only high-income country without a national health insurance system.
  • Sayles' movie tells the story of the obstacles that mining companies - and unionists - in West Virginia put in the way of unionisation through dividing Black and White workers.
  • voted for unionization to a man
  • They group their rediscoveries according to such themes as economics, unionization and respect for individual difference. Remembering Simple Joe Malarkey
  • Senator Michael Enzi of Wyoming, the ranking Republican on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, asked Ms. Solis why she supported a bill that would bypass secret ballots in unionization elections when she, as a California legislator, had backed a bill that called for using secret ballots to determine whether employees at a workplace favored flextime arrangements. Republicans Criticize Solis’s Support for Union Bill - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • The tables are a convenient eyeful, documenting poverty, unionization, and ‘demographic variation’ rates across national borders.
  • The decline in unionization started in 1948 when the federal government's policy towards forced unionization changed. Extreme Free Trade, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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