Union shop

Union shop,

Definition of Union shop:

  1. Clause in a union (collective bargaining) agreement that requires all employees to become members of the union (association) usually within 30 days of hiring, and to retain their membership as a condition of employment in the firm. Also called association shop.

  2. A place of work where employers may hire nonunion workers who must join a labor union within an agreed time.

How to use Union shop in a sentence?

  1. In the last decade alone, more than 40 design and craftsmanship awards have honored the work produced by the union shops 160 employees.
  2. If you are working for a union shop you will have strong ties to your fellow workers and be part of a team.
  3. The union shop had its requirements that were non negotiable and fortunately every employee was happy to a part of the union.
  4. I learned about how the union shop worked and realized I would have to join shortly after I started working there.

Meaning of Union shop & Union shop Definition