One of the many problems facing American workers in recent years has been the lax enforcement of laws and rules meant to protect them. A very interesting April 29 article on the website of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth and reproduced on LaborStart.org details how at union-organized shops these rules are more likely to be enforced than at places where there are no unions. Aside from the usual collective bargaining issues like wages and working conditions, the unions at these shops often take pains to ensure that labor laws and regulations like safety and health issues are realities, not just paper rules that are ignored. For access to the article, click on the link below.
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