You Can't Bargain With A Striker Whose Job Is No MoreAaron Bernstein
Many companies know exactly what they think about the bill to ban permanent replacement workers in strikes, which the House of Representatives passed in mid-July. They see it as labor's attempt to use politics to regain the muscle it has lost at the bargaining table. True enough, unions are desperate to reverse their long slide. And the fear of losing their jobs has forced many union members to think hard before taking on management.
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