Definition of unionized
: characterized by the presence of labor unions
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Think of Scott Walker’s 2010 election as governor of Wisconsin and his immediate efforts to reduce benefits for unionized government workers and teachers as an example of the operation’s success.
The company had unionized workers at some of its operations but nothing compared with the size and scope of Georgia-Pacific's collective-bargaining units.
That’s likely to strengthen the hand of many employers because only about 8 percent of French workers are unionized, one of the lowest rates in Europe.
Beyond their products, Proterra is pushing its American roots and BYD, its unionized workforce.
Most charter schools in D.C. and across the country are not unionized.
Nationwide, only 2 percent of graduate students are currently unionized.
What good were pretty views and playgrounds for white-collar workers without a solution to the loss of unionized, family-wage blue-collar jobs?
In the South, where right-to-work laws are twice as common as the rest of the country, unionized Black women experience an even greater union advantage and earn 34.5 percent more than their non-union counterparts.
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