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Agency Fee

A fee that an employee must pay if a company's workforce is represented by a union and the employee chooses not to join that union. The employee has that choice if the company is an agency plant. An agency fee is different from union dues, but is intended to cover the costs of collective bargaining, from which non-union employees benefit even if they do not join the union. See also: Right to work.
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The most glaring omission is the absence of any pledge to scrap rip-off agency fees and bring down rents by introducing rent control.
It said stamp duty costs, estate agency fees and legal fees have all grown by around 7% over the last year, while surveyors' fees and removal costs remained broadly unchanged.
Earlier this year, Entwistle Green held a campaign which enabled homeowners to sell their property without any estate agency fees, this was its 0% promotion which was available for a limited period only.
Supreme Court examined agency fees in the context of those private sector employers and unions falling under the authority of the Labor Management Relations Act.
Apparently, homeowners in England and Wales waste over pounds 4m a year on estate agency fees - at least according to Sellmy propertydirect.
This one-of-a-kind resource for the communication profession is a free service, offering direct access to experts with no hidden agency fees.
According to Jaime Martinez, president of the National Travel Agencies Association, Mexicana has begun to slap an I 1% commission on travel agencies, a message the airline will no longer absorb agency fees.
However, rental, lost material and collection agency fees remain in effect.
IFL expects that the net proceeds of the private placement will be approximately $22 million after deducting the placement agency fees and all estimated offering expenses.
It was reported that over pounds 5 million pounds worth of property was sold and the sellers had no estate agency fees.
Tisei and which would have exempted all Massachusetts public school ROTC instructors from paying union dues or agency fees was blocked on the Senate floor.
The candidates also discussed setting up a system for Mexican-Americans to send money to relatives in Mexico without paying stiff bank or agency fees, and boosting California-Mexico trade.

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