Where will workers be when the world changes?
Unions must reinvent themselves in order to respond to the current technological, financial, and global revolutions
Workers never feel they are paid enough. Even people who say money can’t make you happy would love a raise, and another raise after that. They’d like a tax cut too. And a pony.
We hear about the ‘squeezed middle’, or the ‘people who pay for everything’, but we rarely ask whether they are being paid fairly, or what fair pay would even look like. We don’t even really have a...
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