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Synonyms for unionised

not converted into ions

being a member of or formed into a labor union

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General Motors Corporation (GM) (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, is creating 550 unionised jobs in three United States plants.
About 64% of Asiana's pilots are unionised and the union belongs to labour umbrella group the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, reported Reuters.
The trade union role also delivers a much more equal approach to participation in training, with women much more likely to benefit in unionised than in non-unionised workplaces, impacting upon opportunity and on pay.
So it is not a matter of whether companies are unionised or non-unionised.
Now some businesses are unionised, well run - like car plants - and I would suggest people should invest in those.
Hyundai Motor Company (Hyundai) (KSE: 005380), a South Korea-based automaker, has reached an agreement with its unionised workers on a pay deal for 2010.
South Korea's Asiana Airlines has said that flights were operating normally today (6 July) despite a one-day strike by unionised pilots.
Unionised workers at South Korea-based Hyundai Motor Company (Hyundai) (KSE: 005380) have started casting votes on a second tentative pay agreement after months-long wage disputes.
Unionised pilots of Korean Air and Asiana Airlines are demanding better welfare benefits, as well as the power to change their assistants and cabin crew members, the agency said.