Union/Non-Union Wage Differential(redirected from Union-Non-Union Wage Differential)
Union/Non-Union Wage Differential
The amount a union member is paid compared to the amount a non-union member is paid for approximately the same service. Almost always, a union member is paid more. The differential helps measure the effectiveness of unions. A highly effective union is good for employees but increases the costs of doing business, which some believe to be detrimental to economic growth.
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