unionized


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Synonyms for unionized

not converted into ions

being a member of or formed into a labor union

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District Court for the District of Nebraska ruled that Union Pacific's decision to exclude prescription contraception coverage in its health plans for unionized employees is sex discrimination in violation of Title VII of the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964.
After enduring nearly four years of the White House's anti-worker agenda, we applaud the DNC for showing its support for unionized workers -- in a very significant way," said Association of Flight Attendants International President Patricia Friend.
While the survey concentrated mainly on unionized employees, a comparison group of nonunionized employees showed an even more widespread interest in having opportunities to work fewer hours.
Vincent and several other hospitals that are being unionized, declined to comment on the individual union drives.
30 it was closing after unionized employees walked off the job largely over wage issues.
The United Steelworkers (USW) will conduct strike preparation sessions this week in Arizona and Texas for all unionized workers employed by ASARCO.
Janitors, hotel workers and now unionized health care workers - who's next for the union?
Whalen, CIGNA America Fund portfolio manager, "Each loan will, in one way or another, support an enterprise with a substantial unionized work force.
If one of the major trade unions were to unionize one of the chain stores, like Beckers, then all chain stores will be unionized.
MONTREAL -- Videotron management welcomes the decision by its unionized employees to accept the agreement in principle reached last week by the Company and the executives of its unions.
s ABC television network and representatives for about 2,400 unionized broadcast workers met Friday to discuss a return to work, to end a lockout that has entered its third month.
April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Carolina Freight Carriers Corporation announced today that it has entered into an interim contract with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) that will allow the company and its employees to avoid the effects of a strike announced today by the Teamsters against other unionized carriers.
Salaried and unionized workers previously agreed to take pay cuts which could last for 14 months.
AMFA encourages all of our members to honor any legal picket line set up by another unionized work group at UAL.
The vote came after President Clinton backed away from his intention to issue an executive order that would have directed federal agencies to consider awarding large federal construction projects to companies with unionized labor.