multiunion

multiunion

(ˌmʌltɪˈjuːnjən)
adj
comprising more than one union
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The move has been welcomed by unions, with Paul McBean, multiunion chairman at the Scunthorpe headquarters, saying: "We warmly welcome this move to reward employees with a stake in the business that runs through their veins.
Alan Coombs, chairman of the Port Talbot multiunion has also travelled to Mumbai, said: "Our town was built on the steel industry.
For this reason, we are interested in empirically exploring if, when, why, and how unions cooperate in the multiunion setting of New Zealand.
MULTIUNION is a single letter short of the parts NIL, UN, OCT and IUM.
Nonetheless, the unions pressed ahead, receiving backing from the AFL-CIO, which created a multiunion fund to help support the 86,000 grocery workers on picket lines.
Friday's news came on the heels of word that a national multiunion fund backed by the AFL-CIO has been created for the Southern California strike.
While this should not be overstated as this only represents one part of the economy, manufacturing, while "traditional" industrial relations practices pertain in many UK and foreign-owned firms (such as multiunion structures and collective bargaining), the recent case of changes in working practices at Rover, very similar to the new style green agreements", is perhaps symbolic of a current trajectory of industrial relations in the UK.
Structural changes to enhance the labor movement's overall effectiveness by setting guidelines and encouraging mergers; providing AFL-CIO staff aid in completing mergers; establishing mechanisms for resolving organizing disputes among unions; utilizing advanced business methods in increasing internal union efficiency; and increasing unions' financing and support of State-level multiunion organizations.
The parade was set up by Paul Warren and Steve Redman, of the SSI multiunion committee, and involved local MPs Tom Blenkinsop and Anna Turley.
We'll have several multiunion demonstrations in the near future.
ROLLERCOASTER: Geoff Waterfield, left, from the Teesside multiunion workers'' committee and Jon Bolton, from Corus Long Products
He joined British Steel/Corus in 1977 and as a multiunion committee member, was at the forefront of the campaign to stop the mothballing of the blast furnace.