01. The teachers in this language program joined a [union] in 1999 in order to improve their working conditions.
02. Outside workers at the college are thinking of [unionizing] because management refuses to improve their working conditions.
03. The recent [unionization] of the factory has brought much greater job security to the workers.
04. The economic [union] of the European countries has resulted in greater prosperity for the region.
05. [Union] officials believe that a strike is now unavoidable.
06. We joined a [union] to end exploitation at the hands of the company owners.
07. We have to pay about $20 a month in [union] dues.
08. Anyone who receives benefits in any job should thank [unions] for making them a standard part of today's working world.
09. As of 2005, the British had not yet established monetary [union] with the EU.
10. The African [Union] was formed in 2002 to promote solidarity among African states.
11. [Unionism] in this country began with skilled blue-collar workers.
12. Those opposed to same sex marriage in this country would prefer the creation of a civil [union] for homosexual couples.
13. Clarence Darrow once stated that with all their faults, trade [unions] have done more for humanity than any other organization of men that ever existed.
14. There is a [union] meeting this evening to select a new president, who will lead us into our contract negotiations this coming fall.
15. Many women in Barbados enter into a number of different [unions] before finally getting married.
16. My neighbor hates [unions] because he says they make it difficult for businesses to fire workers who are lazy or incompetent.
17. In May of 1933, Adolf Hitler passed a law banning trade [unions] in Germany.
18. The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everyone has the right to form and to join trade [unions] for the protection of his interests.
19. A report by the Department of Labor showed that [unionized] workers earned nearly 30 percent more than non-[unionized] workers did.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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