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Today’s revival of union “salting” could not be more welcome or more urgently needed.
A tactic as old as the labor movement itself, salting describes going to work in an unorganized workplace where there may be a chance to help initiate new union organizing.
It’s also a label for taking jobs at already unionized employers, hoping to play a positive role. But here I will deal with the former: taking jobs to help spur new organizing.
Viewpoint: We Are All Salts | Labor Notes
Having battled one crisis after another, a fresh round of austerity could be the last straw for workers.
Mayday, mayday: a warning from the labour movement (socialeurope.eu)
The European Commission is not yet very clear on how it wants to ensure the involvement of social partners.
Christophe Degryse explains how and what
An interesting ITUC report to learn about strategies for decent living wages
Anxiety about the state of democracy amid political polarisation should direct us to an unexpected answer—economic citizenship.
Read the article from Social Europe