union security agreement

Definition of "union security agreement"
  1. A contract binding workers to specific union-related payments, often termed 'agency fees', as a prerequisite for employment; illegal within right-to-work states
How to use "union security agreement" in a sentence
  1. Under the union security agreement, employees have to pay agency fees to retain their jobs.
  2. The implementation of a union security agreement forced workers to contribute payments to the union.
  3. The company was located in a right-to-work state, making the proposed union security agreement unfeasible.

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