Examples of unionize in a Sentence
Workers are fighting for the right to unionize.
Recent Examples of unionize from the Web
What Ricketts failed to mention is that his journalist employees had defied him by voting last week to unionize.
But the Web also offers remedies for Ricketts’ removal of every story at those city-specific blogs a week after staffers at their NYC newsrooms voted to unionize.
The union represents hotel and food-service workers and hopes to unionize workers at new hotels under construction around the city.
For more on Tesla, see Fortune's video: An effort has been underway for years to unionize Tesla's Fremont factory.
The announcement came a week after the editorial staff voted to unionize with the Writers Guild of America East.
The shutdown comes a week after the editorial staff of DNAInfo New York and Gothamist voted to unionize.
The effort to unionize Tesla's workers could gain even more of the UAW's attention and resources after the union failed to organize a Nissan Motor Co. plant in Canton, Mississippi, last month.
Beginning in 2015, unions like the Writers Guild and the NewsGuild-CWA began an aggressive effort to unionize employees at digital media outlets, including HuffPost, Fusion, MTV News, Salon.com and the Guardian in the U.S.
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First Known Use of unionize
UNIONIZE Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of unionize
- to prevent them from unionizing the employees
- a unionized shop
unionizationplay \ˌyü-nyə-nə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
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