Of or pertaining to more than one employer.(adjective)
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Use "multiemployer" in a sentence
"Hostess, for instance, pays about $100 million annually to some 40 multiemployer pension plans that cover workers at a wide array of companies other than its own, said people familiar with the matter."
"NOTE: In the above graph, traditional labor unions are grouped under the the "non-Taft Hartley union" segment, while the "multiemployer" category refers to collective bargaining agreements between a union and multiple employers."
"Bill Zollars said YRC will be negotiating with its lenders and its multiemployer pension funds over the coming months, and he voiced optimism that relief will be provided by recently introduced federal legislation involving multiemployer pension funds."