automatic checkoff

automatic checkoff
automatic checkoff au‧to‧mat‧ic check‧off [ˌɔːtəmætɪk ˈtʆekɒf ǁ ˌɒːtəmætɪk ˈtʆekɒːf] noun [countable, uncountable]
HUMAN RESOURCES in the US, money that is taken off an employee's salary by the employer and sent directly to the union to pay for the employee's union membership — see also dues checkoff

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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