Not Your Father’s UAW
An important part of the economy is the relationship between employers and employees. It is hopeful to see that relationship move from domestic dispute to partnership.
For many years, globalization has empowered Corporate America to turn on it’s American employees; demanding more, paying less, and creating enormous stress and uncertainty.
The abuse of labor has to end because they are also the primary source of discretionary spending that fuels 70% of the economy. We cannot have a prosperous economy without a prosperous workforce.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
- About that “Fuck the UAW” Tax (emptywheel.firedoglake.com)
- GM’s new boss woos autoworkers in first staff memo (reuters.com)
- UAW to ask nonunion companies to allow labor votes (reuters.com)
- New hires in UAW no longer tops in manufacturing (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
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