Definition of unionized
: characterized by the presence of labor unions
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Vienna Beef pays a majority of its roughly 250 employees in Chicago, most of whom are unionized, more than $15 an hour, said Jack Bodman, co-president of Vienna Beef.
Somewhere around 100 to 200 carwashes operate in New York City; fewer than 10 percent are unionized.
The bill allows interested employees of either gender to bank overtime hours and use them as time off later as government employees and some unionized workers already do.
On Feb. 6, one of Humphreys’ main policy goals was signed into law when the governor signed a right-to-work bill that allows employees in unionized workplaces to stop paying unions for the cost of being represented.
Delphi is still trying to reach agreements with unionized workers on wages and benefits — in addition to ongoing negotiations with former parent GM — but the outcome is far from certain.
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