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Neutrality Agreements: Innovative, Controversial, and Labor’s Hope for the Future

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[Excerpt] In spite of the criticisms, there can be little doubt that labor’s campaigns to achieve and enforce neutrality agreements offer hope that the long-term decline in union density actually can be reversed. A high-profile example of a strategic blend of bargaining and organizing demonstrates the potential of this approach.

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2008-04-01

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labor movement; unions; organization; neutrality agreements; UNITE-HERE; labor rights

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Required Publisher Statement: The following article was published in the Spring 2008 issue of New Labor Forum. To subscribe to New Labor Forum, please visit www.newlaborforum.org or call 212-642-2029.

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