With the continuous decline of organized labor with collective bargaining agreement coverage, the majority of workers, nonunionized
, not covered by collective bargaining agreements, poor and without political power, with no leverage and access to policymakers, are relegated to the sidelines, away from substantive political participation and the policymaking processes of the government.
But the very value of the data continues to disturb those who criticise its collection, particularly for college players, who are nonunionized
and barred from receiving compensation beyond scholarships.
Canada and the United States have lost quite a few jobs in manufacturing, and almost all unskilled, nonunionized
work pays less than it used to.
6 percent as compared with nonunionized
workers, according to the progressive think tank Economic Policy Institute.
McGregory (2013) found that the average hourly wage of nonunionized
black RNs was nearly 8 percent less than that for nonunionized
The NLRB has been proactive in recent years about safeguarding protected concerted activity under the act in nonunionized
Unions' political activities influence education policies statewide, and nonunionized
districts operating in a DTB state may tend to adopt policies supported by teachers in order to avoid unionization efforts.
The 3 percent cost-of-living hike also is given to other nonunionized
Faced with hard times or heavy competition from nonunionized
mines, she cut benefits without consultation and hid her compromises with bookkeeping manipulations.
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
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.