The 3 percent cost-of-living hike also is given to other nonunionized
To control for state characteristics, thus minimizing endogeneity problems, I use the differences in differences approach, comparing the effect of RTW laws on unionized and nonunionized
They are pushing for a higher national minimum wage, even though that would directly benefit mostly nonunionized
However, under the current administration, the NLRB has sought to emerge from obscurity and place its mark on nonunionized
Many employers with nonunionized
workforces, such as CPA firms, don't think these stories are relevant to them and pay little attention to decisions by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the federal agency that enforces the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
Local cities' use of tax holidays, giveaways, and nonunionized
wage rates caused Sunbelt development to become irregular because companies relocated to pursue the financial perks offered by competing cities.
A repeated cross section of respondent data from 1996 to 2012 is pooled to estimate pay gaps for four teacher groups: unionized public sector teachers, unionized private sector teachers, nonunionized
public sector teachers, and nonunionized
private sector teachers.
In recent years, the National Labor Relations Board has been active in invalidating the policies of unionized and nonunionized
employers as violations of the NLRA that infringe upon employees' rights to engage in "protected concerted activity.
In the nonunionized
environment, there may be notice and/or other contractual requirements.
57) Many employers in nonunionized
workplaces often denied coverage for physical disability related to pregnancy and childbirth under temporary disability benefits.
Remember, this was fifty years ago in the nonunionized
25) The statutory right at issue is the right of employees-unionized or nonunionized
(26)--to engage in protected concerted activity.