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Collective Bargaining

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Money, power and secrets: what the John Doe files lay bare

Activists protesting the curbing of collective bargaining rights in front of the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison on March 10, 2011.

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Corbynomics offers hope of a New Deal for low-paid workers

"If big business is able to engage in collective bargaining, it is only fair that workers should also be enabled by law to collectively advance their interests."

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Corbyn pledges to scrap Blair union laws in favour of collective bargaining

Corbyn pledges to scrap Blair union laws in favour of collective bargaining | Politics | The Guardian

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The radical restructuring of Greek collective bargaining was right from the beginning one of the core demands of the Troika of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Under the first two Memoranda, Greece was forced to agree to far-reaching changes in the legal framework of collective bargaining which led …

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Governor Scott Walker signs Wisconsin right-to-work bill into law

Governor Scott Walker signs Wisconsin right-to-work bill into law | The governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, on Monday signed into law a “right to work” measure that prohibits requiring a worker to pay union dues, striking another blow against organised labour four years after the state effectively ended collective bargaining for public-sector employees.

When you deny the right of workers to come together in collective bargaining, when you tell a woman that she cannot control her own body, when you think a woman is a child and can't purchase a contraceptive, when you give tax breaks to billionaires and refuse to raise the minimum wage, that's extremism.

The Decline in Union Membership Is Hurting All of Us - Truthdig

5 x Five - Colbert Report on Unions - Teachers | From robot educators in Japan to the elimination of collective bargaining in Wisconsin, Stephen explores the issues that are facing teachers today.

There wasn't always an 8 hour workday. That was fought for by unions for American workers. Support union by buying union, visit labor411.org

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