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company union:

see union, laborunion, labor,
association of workers for the purpose of improving their economic status and working conditions through collective bargaining with employers. Historically there have been two chief types of unions: the horizontal, or craft, union, in which all the members are
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"We shouldn't be a company union," Amatong said, addressing an elephant in the room head on.
"It has come to our attention that some of this ill minded officials misinformed their members that NWRWU is the company union, not recognised by the government and also denyied that they did not sign the agreement between the company (Shoprite Group) and that both unions took a trip to the north for recruitment while they have signed the document and the names of NAFAU appears on that agreement," said Imbili at a press conference in Walvis Bay.
In the Cuahtemoc Brewery, reasonable wages, good working conditions, hiring policies in which preference was given to family members of current workers, and benefits such as scholarships and pensions led to strong worker--loyalty and support for the company union. In the more dangerous steel industry, the drive for autonomous unions developed early and continued throughout the years in question, consolidating gains during the presidency of Lazaro Cardenas (1934-1940).
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Spain's third-largest electricity company Union Fenosa has announced the sale of its British water distribution subsidiary Cambridge Water to the Hong Kong group Cheung Kong Infrastructure (CKI) for Euro 77.2 million.
Spain's third biggest electricity company Union Fenosa could well choose the Italian oil group ENI to take over 50% of its gas subsidiary Union Fenosa Gas, hinted its Chairman Antonio Basagoiti at an energy conference in Madrid.
has offered a better annual bonus deal to unionized employees than last year in current wages negotiations with the company union, Toyota union sources said Wednesday.
Spain's third-largest electricity company Union Fenosa has informed the country's stock market authorities that it has successfully bid for the Colombian operator Empresa de Energia del Pacifico (Epsa), securing 64.3% of capital for USD225 million.
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19 Kyodo A telecommunications giant company union Friday opposed a proposal by an umbrella organization to set up a body to organize the political activities of the unions under its leadership.
Exit had declined substantially, and voice - in the form of the company union - had taken its place.(30) From roughly half a dozen companies employing this form of "employee representation" prior to World War I, the movement had grown and matured by the mid-1920s.