- /'tʃekɒf/ noun USa system where union dues are automatically deducted by the employer from a worker’s pay cheque● Checkoffs are seen by most employees as worthwhile as long as their interests are well represented by the union.● After checkoffs and tax deductions the workers’ pay had been reduced by one third.
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checkoff — check·off n 1: the deduction of union dues from a worker s paycheck by the employer 2: designation on an income tax return of a small amount of money to be applied to a special fund (as for campaign financing) Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law … Law dictionary
checkoff — UK US /ˈtʃekɒf/ noun [U] US ► MARKETING a system in which producers pay a certain amount of money to an organization for the advertising of the products of their industry in general, rather than of their particular brand: »The national dairy… … Financial and business terms
checkoff — ☆ checkoff [chek′ôf΄ ] n. an arrangement by which dues of labor union members are withheld from wages and turned over to the union by the employer … English World dictionary
Checkoff — A checkoff is a bookkeeping mechanism which provides for regular payment of an obligation such as union dues or a tax on sales of agricultural goods which finance a generic commodity marketing program such as such as the commodity checkoff… … Wikipedia
checkoff — noun Date: 1911 1. a. the deduction of union dues from a worker s paycheck by the employer b. designation on an income tax return of a small amount of money to be applied to a special fund (as for financing political campaigns) 2 … New Collegiate Dictionary
checkoff — /chek awf , of /, n. 1. the collection of union dues by employers through compulsory deduction from each worker s wages. 2. a voluntary contribution from one s income tax for a specific purpose, as the public financing of election campaigns, made … Universalium
checkoff — noun the collection of union dues or other fees from employees via deductions from their wages … Wiktionary
checkoff — check•off [[t]ˈtʃɛkˌɔf, ˌɒf[/t]] n. 1) bus the collection of union dues by employers through deductions from wages 2) bus a voluntary contribution from one s income tax, as for a political campaign fund • Etymology: 1910–15 … From formal English to slang
checkoff — System where the employer withholds union dues from workers’ paychecks … American business jargon
checkoff — The deduction of union dues and assessments by the employer from the wages of the employee and the turning over of the amounts so deducted to the labor union. Anno: 14 ALR2d 177 … Ballentine's law dictionary