verb (used with object), un·ion·ized, un·ion·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), un·ion·ized, un·ion·iz·ing.
- unionist party,
Origin of unionize
Examples from the Web for unionization
We on my side say: unionization, massive public investments, a tax rate that kept the coffers full, a few other things.
Most of the anger about the Northwestern unionization decision has come from the college industry and with good reason.Why the Future of College Sports Is to Become Corporations|Evan Weiner|April 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Workers at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee could decide the future of unionization in the South today.Can a Senator Stop a Union? Bob Corker Is Certainly Trying|Michael Tomasky|February 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Unionization takes away the necessary flexibility of both workers and employers, greatly slowing down the pace of innovation.Bay Area Subway Strike Re-Ignites the Feud Between Unions and Silicon Valley|Gregory Ferenstein|July 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What bugged him was that Southers appeared to be sympathetic to the unionization of the TSA work force.
The company had refused to accede to the demands for unionization, even with a waiver of all other claims.
They agree to consider every one of our demands, provided only we don't insist on the demand for unionization.
Did Mr. Kane promise to grant every demand, except only unionization?
It was a lost opportunity that unquestionably cost the unionization of the steel industry.The Great Steel Strike and its Lessons|William Z. Foster