Open-shop meaning

A place or policy of employment that does not permit discrimination against employees based on membership or nonmembership in a labor union.
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A factory, business, etc. employing workers without regard to whether or not they are members of a union with which it may have a contract; also, the policy of employing workers in this way.
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A computing environment that allows users to program and run their own programs. Contrast with closed shop.
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A business that employs workers regardless of whether or not they are members of a labor union.
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A place of employment in which employment is in no way conditioned on membership in a union, though a union may be the exclusive bargaining agent of the employees.
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