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These notes are in response to The Labor Market Bites Chinese Factories.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012
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China sounds like the United States during the 1910-20 and 1930-40 periods where union growth was high, largely in response to poor wages and unsafe/poor working conditions. This begs the question of whether the current labor law and unionization environment is positioned to come to the aid of the factory workers???

Jack Bucalo

Former CHRO

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They did this without unions?

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