Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Unions Finding Success Down The Economic Food Chain

We have predicted for several years that organized labor would be more successful by moving out of their comfort zone -- highly paid manufacturing employees -- and organizing lower paid workers in traditionally non-union service businesses. Unions are starting to move in that direction, recently enjoying successes in hotels, restaurants and even car washes.

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As the economy continues to deteriorate, lower wage workers will look for protection and labor unions will be there to fill the void left by employers not willing to do the right thing.


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