Big Businesses Facing Another Kind of Labor Pressure

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In theory, labor unions and employers have the potential to engage in effective partnerships. After all, both have something the other needs: Employers need labor to staff their operations, and labor unions need jobs for their members.

Of course, in the real world, organized labor and employers are often seen in antagonistic relationships more frequently than cooperative ones. That doesn’t mean such relationships are inherently doomed. Rather, it tends to be the dramatic strikes and labor disputes that make headlines, and indeed a couple of recent news stories have highlighted the potential tension.

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