What Labor Lawyers Are Saying About Wave of Millennial Unionization

, Corporate Counsel


Recent union gains in the digital media sector have attorneys asking an urgent question: Will this motivate millennials in other industries to follow suit and rock the workplace world?

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  • F. Hayek

    Millennials grew up with everyone getting a trophy, so it‘s no surprise that their unwillingness to compete head-to-head with co-workers for raises, promotions and more is manifesting itself in a throw-back gullibility for unions‘ siren song. Of course, that song ultimately ends on a very sour note (see Detroit and the rest of the Rust Belt) as businesses increasingly move production -- and soon design and marketing -- offshore where smart, skinny, hungry people are prepared to eat American kids‘ collective lunch.

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