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Not belonging to or recognizing a trade union:‘a non-unionized workforce’
- ‘Union workers typically earn a twenty percent premium compared to non-unionized employees.’
- ‘Academics at unionized institutions tend to fare better than their nonunionized peers.’
- ‘The book could very well be about any workers - perhaps even non-unionized workers.’
- ‘Most of those killed were nonunionized workers for small companies.’
- ‘For example, you can decide along unionized versus non-unionized employees, or by groupings of knowledge workers.’
- ‘The Republicans aren't angling for bankruptcy because they want to protect their own own non-unionized auto industry from competition.’
- ‘The anti-union offensive aims at driving down the rank-and-file workers, both unionized and non-unionized.’
- ‘Japanese carmakers have avoided such burdens by generally employing younger, nonunionized workers.’
- ‘For the first time this year, the nonunionized town employees did not get their annual raise, she said.’
- ‘It serves to split the working class, pitting unionized against nonunionized sections, to the mutual detriment of both.’
- ‘Rather than compromise with the drivers, the plan called for a strategy of no negotiations and replacement of the unionized with nonunionized drivers.’
- ‘I have worked in both union and non-unionized manufacturing facilities.’
- ‘He would like to start a union for non-unionized Olympic athletes.’
- ‘Still, union workers have fared better than nonunionized employees in terms of their layoff conditions.’
- ‘Due to the shortfall in Nutcracker income, all non-unionized staff agreed to take a temporary salary cut through June.’
- ‘Corporations, especially non-unionized ones, are highly authoritarian structures where workers have little democratic control.’
- ‘Of the nonunionized workers, 5.4 percent claimed; of the unionized workers, 13.6 percent claimed.’
- ‘Many of the non-unionized are migrant workers who leave poverty in the countryside to seek informal factory jobs in coastal boomtowns.’
- ‘At best, they must shift to some other nonunionized industry.’
- ‘There is still a French-speaking working class in both unionized and nonunionized fields.’
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