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Synonyms for unionize

recruit for a union or organize into a union

form or join a union

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The American Association of University Professors said the majority of the community college's 523 tenured and tenured-track faculty member chose to unionize.
Local 1102 Retail, Wholesale Department Store Union, is remarkable in that the NLRB is now allowing unions to define micro units so small that particular employees on particular floors of an establishment can unionize.
It was a three-year effort by Swedwood workers to unionize.
An earlier attempt by all General Synod employees to unionize failed in 1997.
If the employees want to unionize, that is fine, but you can't circumvent the system.
Despite the defeat, those behind the effort say the response to their first membership drive has convinced them to press ahead with efforts to unionize ministers across Canada.
Plans are in the works to unionize about 4,000 ministers from Ontario and British Columbia churches.
At Restructuring Associates, John Stepp notes that another good way to deal with impending Labor activity on campus is to avoid it all together, reducing or eliminating the incentive for graduate students to unionize in the first place.
When workers did unionize, they did so knowing that white privilege was not threatened by union membership.
When the store opened, Whole Foods promised to support "the rights of its workers to unionize.
Physicians and other health care workers seeking to unionize may face an uphill battle as a result of a recent decision by the U.
Respondents were asked which union had made the most recent attempt to unionize their labs.
Adriana Fieldman, a campaign director for the Service Employees International Union, which is trying to unionize Sodexo workers on college campuses nationwide, said any strike would be to draw attention to Sodexo's alleged intimidation of workers across the country who would like to unionize.
8 to unionize and become part of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE).