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December 09, 2022

On This Day in 2001
Ratification of a new labor agreement at Titan Tire of Natchez, Mississippi, ends the longest strike in the history of the U.S. tire industry, which began May 1, 1998, at the company's Des Moines, Iowa, plant.  ~DC Labor

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How Long Will Union Resurgence Last? What History Has to Say
Posted On: Sep 29, 2022
Sept. 29, 2022 | COMMENTARY | There have been almost two open jobs for every unemployed job seeker for over a year. Those looking for work and current employees are in a historically advantaged position. Employers simply can’t afford to lose their on-the-line talent. This in turn has created a resurgence of labor union activity, interest, and strength. But how long will it last? The dynamic in the U.S. labor market is unusual but not unprecedented. To understand how much change is coming to the workplace, it helps to look to history. If the imbalance in the labor market persists, experience suggests there’s good reason to believe unions’ newfound vitality could produce lasting change.  Barron’s
 
 
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