Regional Affairs Council – Apr. 2011
With the decline of a unionized workforce in this country and growing efforts at union-busting, how is the organized labor movement faring in our region?
A national anti-union movement is trying to reduce the influence of public employees unions, including here in Pennsylvania.
New Jersey’s governor is proposing a new statewide teacher tenure plan, something the teachers’ union says is part of a national movement to break up public unions.
Union membership has dropped steeply since the 1980s, because of forces such as globalization, new technology, and the shift from a manufacturing to a service economy. Now public-sector unions are under attack, too, and the future of organized labor hangs in the balance.
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