Antilabor (adjective)

Opposed to the interests or rights of workers or trade unions.

Origin:

From anti- meaning "opposed to" and labor referring to the workers or trade union movement.

Examples:

  1. The company's antilabor policies made it difficult for workers to organize and negotiate for fair wages and benefits.
  2. The politician had an antilabor stance and was against any laws that protected workers' rights.
  3. The newspaper had a history of publishing antilabor editorials, arguing against unionization and collective bargaining.
  4. The factory owner was known for his antilabor attitude and mistreatment of workers.
  5. The antilabor policies of the government led to widespread strikes and protests.