And under pressure from organized labor
, Bernie Sanders recently added additional language to his "Medicare for All" plan to provide additional oversight for union members.
From Day One, his mission has been to enrich his allies in organized labor
at the expense of our state and citizens.
And so it is with the economic theory of organized labor
. Current economic theory, as it pertains to labor unions, is a product of developmental forces.
Spinola said he and his members realize that organized labor
should come at a premium because union workers and the managing subcontractors that employ them typically have superior expertise compared to their non-union counterparts.
Within this neoliberal framework, organized labor
would suffer declines in compensation, working conditions, and workers' rights.
I can begin to imagine a progressive coalition that doesn't have organized labor
, as we know it, at its core.
"The inclusion of organized labor
raised a lot of eyebrows because usually unions and convention centers are at odds, often at the expense of the customer," Fenton said.
Sharp decreases in union membership over the last 50 years have caused many to dismiss organized labor
as irrelevant in today's labor market.
But there was a glaring omission: None of the articles highlighting this theme addressed the role of organized labor
in this challenge.
Black Americans and Organized Labor
: A New History By Paul Moreno Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006.
Despite these changes, African American representation in union leadership, discrimination in hiring and promotion, and training for highly skilled jobs remain problem areas for organized labor
Republicans oppose organized labor
, and unions support Democrats.