Unions: Raising The Bar

“Unions have a spillover effect that helps the entire middle class. When employers perceive that unions could possibly organize their workforce, they deliberately keep wages and benefits close to union wages and benefits, in order to keep the union out of their workforce. This spillover effect is a clear example of how unions benefit even those who are not covered by a union contract.”

— Lawrence Mishel, President, Economic Policy Institute

via Unions 4 Workers