Union wages have outpaced nonunion wages over the last ten years.
Answer to relevant QuestionsA manager can fire an employee who voices a complaint in an offensive or disruptive manner. A manager can invoke the "employment-at-will" doctrine and fire a non-union worker who complains about too much overtime. I would vote "YES" if a union election were held in my workplace tomorrow. A manager is allowed to say "my eyes are on you and you'd better watch your step" to a pro-union employee. A manager can refuse to hire a job applicant if the manager knows the applicant is a union member.
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