Labor Attorneys Discuss the Recent Rise of Unions
In their article for Today’s General Counsel titled “Unions Strike Back,” Todd Lyon, co-chair of Fisher Phillips’ Labor Relations practice, and associate Lisa Vickery discuss the history and decline of strikes in previous decades and examine what led to the re-energization of unions. They explain that as union membership declined over the last 50 years, so too has the frequency of strikes. However, organized labor reached its apex in 2018 with strikes in numerous states, and the activity carried over into 2019. Todd and Lisa explain that employers should anticipate the threat of strikes for the foreseeable future
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