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Labor Conflicts: The Case of Two Supermarket Strikes | Beyond Intractability
It is likely that the tension between companies and their workers will grow over the next few years as more companies begin to actively bar unions and workers see their wages and benefits drop even lower. It is in the interest of both the companies and their workers to avoid strikes, which are extremely costly for both sides. It is also clear that both parties in this conflict believe they have reached a stalemate. However, this actually may be a good sign. If both parties feel the costs of a strike will be more than any potential benefits, the conflict may be ripe for agreement
latino  war  proposal  violence_y_power  state  labor  power_materials  Pol  508  latino_war 
february 2016 by Jibarosoy

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