Definition of yellow dog contract in English:

yellow dog contract

Syllabification: yel·low dog con·tract

noun

A contract between a worker and an employer in which the worker agrees not to remain in or join a union.
More example sentences
  • The yellow dog contract is a signed statement by the worker that he is not a member of any union, that he will not join any union while employed in the establishment, and that he will make no effort to induce other employees to join a union.
  • What an amazing statement to be made by Superintendent Parker in light of the OKC District's 1944 yellow dog contract position.
  • The signing of an AWA in Australia mirrors the yellow dog contract.

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