unionise

[ UK /jˈuːni‍ənˌa‍ɪz/ ]
VERB
  1. form or join a union
    The auto workers decided to unionize
  2. recruit for a union or organize into a union
    We don't allow people to come into our plant and try to unionize the workers
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How To Use unionise In A Sentence

  • After that I felt that we, the workers, needed unity and I have been attempting to unionise the place.
  • On October 11, some 60,000 unionized grocery workers at 852 stores in southern California went on strike or were locked out of their jobs.
  • This is why a unionized workforce is a good thing: Disney World's costumed characters have won the right to wear their own underwear to work, after years of getting crabs and scabies from the Disney-provided articles. Boing Boing: June 10, 2001 - June 16, 2001 Archives
  • They're about to launch a campaign to unionize workers at all major discount supermarkets in the area.
  • We don't allow people to come into our plant and try to unionize the workers
  • The automobile industry continues to be shaken up, with non-union plants far out-competing unionized ones.
  • There is still a French-speaking working class in both unionized and nonunionized fields.
  • Union workers typically earn a twenty percent premium compared to non-unionized employees.
  • Although prior to the lockout Westshore had an estimated 1 million ton stockpile of coal available to load, unionized longshore workers refused to cross the railway pickets and those who were working walked out.
  • He would like to start a union for non-unionized Olympic athletes.
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