Union Leaders Aren’t Giving Up on Your CrewApril 5, 2011 – In The News
Labor unions struggle to make quick-service inroads but remain consistent in their attempts to organize fast food employees. Today’s organized labor groups have adopted a fresh approach and are eager to gain negotiating pull wherever and however necessary.
“These are not your great-grandparents’ unions of postal and textile workers,” says Carolyn D. Richmond. “They’re following a different model and redefining organizing efforts for this century. They want bigger-picture reform rather than battles with specific restaurant groups.”