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Line breaks: union|ized
Pronunciation: /ˈjuːniənʌɪzd
(also unionised)

Definition of unionized in English:


(Of workers or their workplace) belonging to, or having workers belonging to, a trade union: unionized factories
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  • To measure unionization, respondents were asked if they were personally a member of a union or if there were any unionized employees within their workplace.
  • One consequence of exclusive representation laws is that the more productive workers within a unionized workplace are usually made worse off by being legally prohibited from being paid higher than the general union scale.
  • It is important to note that almost all blue-collar workers in unionized workplaces are union members in the South Korean auto industry.

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