Monthly Archives: February 2020

Three Things About Current Labor Relations

Conflict levels between labor and management has been increasing. No doubt about it, the current administration does not hesitate to enact policies and rules designed to hurt workers. This was evident again tis week in actions taken against federal employees, … Continue reading

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Union Busting Does Not Create A Successful, Competitive Workplace

Last week we blogged about the PRO Act the U. S. House passed not too long ago.  The legislation is to help unions improve their ability to organize workplaces and put more penalties on those workplaces  that use anti-union techniques … Continue reading

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Three Things About Current News on Labor and the Economy

This week, I want to look at three recent development impacting labor, management, and the economy. These developments could have a significant impact on labor. House of Representatives Passes the PRO Act. On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed … Continue reading

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Be Careful In What You THINK You Know

Some articles posted from educational sources last week and a documentary I watched earlier all had a similar theme to them.  They had somewhat disparaging comments of unions, workers and their abilities, and yet, were all weak in their arguments … Continue reading

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