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Healthcare Unions Eye Gains in 2014



The five-member National Labor Relations Board is sharply pro-labor, and could provide favorable rulings that will make it easier to organize next year. Expedited elections are "the biggest concern that employers should have," says one expert in labor and employee relations.

1 comments on "Healthcare Unions Eye Gains in 2014"
Robin Wright, RT(R) (12/21/2013 at 2:37 AM)

I find this article offensive, simply stated. The infantilisation of unions┬┤ presumed motives for "resistance to change" in Mr. Trivisonno's simplistic conception is misguided and unhelpful. Unions have a role that is unique in helping businesses successfully navigate change and grow market share. The inclusion of IRI Consultants┬┤ comments in the absence of a counter argument from labor itself (SEIU in point of fact has been an "industry leader" in developing these sorts of mutually beneficial partnerships), does a disservice to readers.