Big Blue's Union Blues
Big Blue has long been the paragon of a nonunion company. For decades, it kept employees happy with above-average wages and a no-layoffs tradition. So not many IBMers wanted a union, even during the downsizings that sliced the company in half by the early 1990s.
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