Automatic Checkoff

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Automatic Checkoff

A feature in some workplaces in which the employer deducts employees' union dues from their paychecks much as they would do for taxes or insurance. Often, automatic checkoff occurs because of an agreement between the employer and union representatives. It is also called compulsory checkoff.
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Organizations such as the Canola Council or the Canadian Grains Council, by contrast, are funded by compulsory check-offs from farmers who grow those specific commodities.