State of the union: a striking lack of people power
Could the gig economy kill off trade unions? Tom Healy of the Nevin Institute thinks it’s a possibility
Trade union membership in the Republic of Ireland has declined steadily since the early 1990s. If you are currently an employee in Ireland, there is just a 25 per cent chance that you are part of a trade union.
There are few who understand the implications of this decline on our economy and society better than Tom Healy, director of the trade union-backed think tank the Nevin Economic and Research Institute (Neri). Healy’s new book, An...
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