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* * Date: Sept 10, 2012 Source: Center for Policy and Economic Research (CPER)
Link: http://bit.ly/SbRcQc Headline/Title: Obtaining a Contract after Unionization in the United States and Canada
*Summary:* After employees at a workplace form a union, their work is really only half-done. The reasons for forming unions vary, but typically include improving working conditions, increasing pay and benefits, or simply having more say in the work environment. The way to do this is by negotiating a legally binding contract that spells these things out. Unfortunately, for those U.S. workers who are able to overcome the obstacles that employers place in front of them when they try to unionize, obtaining a contract appears to be getting more and more difficult.
* **Author:* Kris Warner For the Full Article/Report, See: http://bit.ly/SbRcQc
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