Monday, October 18, 2021

NR Daily: Unions Have Made Supply-Chain Problems Worse

Organized labor has shown that they can secure very high wages for dockworkers. Now, it's time to show that they can get the job done.

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Unions Have Made Supply-Chain Problems Worse

If there is a productive role for labor unions to play in our modern global economy, it is not imposing a 20th-century factory model ...   READ MORE

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