Video: How Sectoral Bargaining Can Help All Workers Have a Union Voice
Sectoral bargaining allows workers to negotiate wages and job standards across an industry, which raises wages, expands union coverage, and reduces economic inequality while boosting productivity.
- Re-Union: How Bold Labor Reforms Can Repair, Revitalize, and Reunite the United States by David Madland. Re-Union explains how to design a new labor system for today’s economy with enhanced rights for workers, incentives for union membership, and greater sectoral bargaining to complement work-site-level bargaining.
- “What Is Sectoral Bargaining?” by David Madland and Malkie Wall, Center for American Progress Action Fund
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