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Yellow-dog contract
also called a "yellow dog contract" or a yellow-dog clause of a contract and has 5 more synonyms

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  1. an agreement between an employer and an employee in which the employee agrees, as a condition of employment, not to be a member of a labor union

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  2. In the United States, such contracts were, until the 1930s, widely used by employers to prevent the formation of unions, most often by permitting employers to take legal action against union organizers

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  3. In 1932, yellow-dog contracts were outlawed in the United States under the Norris-LaGuardia Act

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  4. can also have a different meaning: non-compete clauses within or appended to a non-disclosure agreement to prevent an employee from working for other employers in the same industry

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  5. In the 1870s, a written agreement containing a pledge not to join a union was commonly referred to as the "Infamous Document"

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