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Big Unions Grew Ranks in 2023 Amid High-Profile Year of Strikes
Updated On: Apr 04, 2024
Apr. 4, 2024 | LABOR UNIONS | Many of the nation’s largest unions, including the Teamsters and West Coast dock workers, saw membership gains last year, signaling potential for new organizing even as the labor movement struggles to tighten its grip on the workforce, according to new federal data. The numbers paint a more optimistic portrait of unions’ ability to recruit new members, particularly in the service and manufacturing sectors, even in the face of declining density nationwide. Two dozen groups added members in 2023, a year marked by high-profile strikes and labor stoppage threats across industries. Bloomberg Law
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