Checkoff (noun)

A deduction from an employee"s pay that is made at the source and paid to the employee"s union or other organization as a form of dues.

Origin:

From the verb "to check off" (to mark an item as completed or verified on a list).

Examples:

  1. The company has to make checkoff payments to the union on behalf of its employees.
  2. Many unions use checkoff systems to automatically deduct dues from member's paychecks.
  3. Employees who want to opt out of the checkoff program must do so in writing.
  4. The checkoff system is a convenient way for employees to pay union dues.
  5. The checkoff is a way for the union to ensure that it has the funds it needs to operate.
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