Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of unionize in English
UK /ˈjuː.njə.naɪz /
US /ˈjuː.njə.naɪz /
To organize workers to become members of a trade union
"They're about to launch a campaign to unionize workers at all major supermarkets in the area."
Become or cause to become members of a labor union.
"Agricultural laborers were slow to unionize"
Form or join a union
"The auto workers decided to unionize"
Type of (3)
Recruit for a union or organize into a union
"We don't allow people to come into our plant and try to unionize the workers"
Type of (5)
We don't allow people to come into our plant and try to unionize the workers
The auto workers decided to unionize
A unionized workforce
Quotes and Sayings about "unionize"
"I think actually what I'm going to do when I'm done and take my next vacation, is I'm going to go over and start unions in Japan. I'm going to unionize Japan. Because the way they work those crews is so criminal. There's no overtime, so they can just keep going."
"We should certainly not be perpetuating further harm to others or to the environment. Suppose that workers at ExxonMobil are trying to unionize. We have two choices: to help them improve their lives, or to keep away so that their lives will be worse. Neither choice has any effect on use of fossil fuels. So radical organizers can both help them unionize and improve their lives, and convince them to find a different way to survive and work for ending the use of fossil fuels."