nonunionized nonunionized  /nɑn ˈ jun jə ˌnaɪzd/


  • (adj) not affiliated in a trade union



  1. The children of nonunionized American autoworkers in Kentucky and Alabama who build cars that succeed in the marketplace made the largest concessions.
  2. On the other hand are the new, small, nonunionized carriers.
  3. Even in largely nonunionized companies like Motorola and Northrop Corp.


  1. Report Exposes 'Unprecedented, Corporate-Backed Attack on Workers'

    (Image: Economic Policy Institute) A new report by the Economic Policy Institute released Thursday, examining the "unprecedented" attack on the rights of both unionized and nonunionized workers in states across the country, reveals how the right-wing machine in recent years has crippled the gains of a once prosperous middle class. read more
    on October 31, 2013     Source:

  2. Union repression

    Re: Maitland Alexander’s Oct. 26 letter, “Nurses’ dispute and its effect on jobs”: Maitland’s letter has a ring of truth as nonunion companies do try to match union benefits to keep employees happy and nonunionized.
    on October 30, 2013     Source: Ventura County Star

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