Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
Use "trade-union" in a sentence
"Some Democrats say they are reluctant to back the Colombia deal without revisions that address reports of violence against trade-union organizers there."
"Strongly supported by the Italian business lobby, Mr. Berlusconi's government entered a tug-of-war with trade-union leaders to alter labor laws, specifically a regulation that forces employers to compensate and hire back fired employees whenever the judiciary decides they should do so."
"Coryton is still operating, but shipments of refined products have been halted, U.K. government and trade-union representatives said."