The unit of employment is small, unincorporated and/or unregistered which makes combining workers in solidaristic unions difficult and the downsize costs of employer resentment high.
What does UE stand for?
UE stands for Unit of Employment (US Army)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of UE
We have 19 other meanings of UE in our Acronym Attic
- Unified Endeavor (military simulation exercise)
- Unified Engagement (joint wargame)
- Uniform Elongation
- Union Electric (Missouri)
- Unión Europea (Spanish: European Union)
- Union Européenne
- Unione Europea
- Unit Equipment
- Unit Exhausted
- Unit of Employment
- Unité d'Endotoxine (French: Endotoxin Unit)
- Unité d'Enseignement (French: academic subjects)
- United Earth (Star Trek government)
- United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America
- United Empire (Loyalist - American Revolution)
- United Endeavor
- United Express (airline)
- Unity of the Empire (descendant of a qualified United Empire Loyalists)
- Uniunea Europeana (Romanian: European Union)
- Universal English (Adobe)
Samples in periodicals archive:
During the development of the design, the Army had used terms such as unit of employment (UEy or UEx) and unit of action (UA) to describe various units and their levels of responsibility.
Corps and Divisions: The unit of employment will feature three-star and two-star versions, consisting of a headquarters of about 800 and 1,000 Soldiers respectively and are capable of functioning as a Joint Task Force and a Joint Force Land Component Command.
While these are under the Unit of Employment Y (UEy, a blending of corps and army capabilities) for command and control, they may deploy to any theater.
TSC will work under the new unit of employment operational headquarters known as the UEy, with the TSC commander serving as the senior Army logistics commander in the UEy.
Though we are busy fielding Stryker-equipped engineer companies in the Stryker brigade combat teams (SBCTs) and will develop companies as integral parts to the maneuver-based brigade units of action (UAs), (1) the bulk of our Regiment must adapt to the fundamentals of the future Army, (primarily at the unit of employment [UE] level) that call for tailored, scalable, modular, and responsive forces.
As part of the Total Army Analysis program, we reshaped Chemical Corps units, changing them from Cold War structure into organizations ready to support the unit of action and unit of employment.
LTG Riggs, the Director of the Objective Force Task Force, explained the Army's vision for the Future Combat Systems and its new force structure, the unit of action and the unit of employment.