- a union of workers for a single company; a union not affiliated with a larger union
- They asked me to join the union of the company.
- The management of a company offered a 5% pay increase to the union.
- The union and the company have come to terms on a new contract.
- Evidence collected on spot showed that the company has many Union customers with similar price levels.
- That should enable Union employees to have access to ongoing information about the company.
- For the reprocessing of non-AGR fuel THORP has therefore only one competitor in the Union: the French company Areva.
- Two of the three companies benefiting from an individual anti-dumping duty were Dow Chemical Company and Union Carbide Corporation.
- The pilots' union also criticises the company management in relation to the treatment of two subsidiaries Eurocypria and HellasJet.
- Further the company no longer sent any quarterly sales reports for 2005 to the European Commission. The obligation of the company to report their sales to the European Union was therefore not met.
- The eight complainants represented more than 90 % of the Union production; two others supported the complaint whilst the 11th company neither supported nor opposed it.
- The company sells most of its products in the European Union (50 %), the United States and Canada (38 %) and Japan (5 %) .
- In May 2003, the Commission adopted a Communication on ‘Modernising Company Law and enhancing Corporate Governance in the European Union – A plan to move forward’ .
- By a notice published in the Official Journal of the European Union , the Commission announced that the company formerly known as Jindal Polyester Limited changed its address.
- Therefore, there should be no requirement to produce a prospectus for offers made in the context of an employee-share scheme by any Union company.
- The Union Carbide Corporation still exists but has become part of the Dow Chemical Company group and does no longer have any independent production activities.