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September 16, 2021
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Collective Bargaining and The Workplace
Posted On: Sep 08, 2021
Sept. 8, 2021 | UNIONS | The American labor movement has been shaped by many factors throughout its history. Geopolitical factors, as well as economic factors domestically, have changed the landscape in which American workers struggle to expand their rights to collectively bargain as well as live a life of dignity as provided to them by the democratic process found within the fabric of strong labor unions. Unfortunately, not all areas of the workplace are fully protected by strong legislation. The National Labor Relations Board [NLRB], for example, was ideally designed and created as a measure to prevent disruption of commerce and economic tension between worker and employer, not fundamentally to protect workers themselves. Fundamentally, collective bargaining challenges tyrannical workplaces by … Labor Press

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