Unions, Workers and Quality of Work
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This paper argues that unions and workers can play a powerful role in promoting a quality-of-work agenda. In the case of today's workers, they must use their considerable (on average) formal education and their awareness of their own prerogatives as employees to pressure management types (and union leaders) to furnish them with a workplace that is safe, harmonious, secure, and reasonably accommodating. The writer discusses that as for unions, they must work constructively with unions elsewhere, establish productive relations with management, and make quality-of-work issues a key "plank" in their bargaining platform. In the final analysis, workers and unions can be forceful advocates for positive change if they wish to be.
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