Current Labor Challenges and Labor Laws
The labor movement in America is currently experiencing several major challenges. Union membership has significantly decreased, employers are focusing more on maintaining employees of nonunion status, and the strength of globalized markets limit unions’ power. However, there are laws in place that help bolster unionization and unions’ bargaining power. If you understand current labor problems and the legal protection of organized labor, you will be better prepared to meet these issues from either direction.
- Cultural, economic, and political difficulties facing American unions
- Laws relating to unions and organized labor