Since their inception during the post-war years, collective bargaining agreements have been the primary method used by unions to get employers to deal with issues of importance to their labor force. However, the past few decades have seen a rapid decline in union membership as well as union effectiveness. 3 This casenote will look at whether or not the instant decision, Zcon, will be a contributing factor in the continuing downward spiral for unions.
Jeffery W. Fields,
Continuing the Downward Spiral for Unions - Carpenters v. Zcon Builders,
1997 J. Disp. Resol.
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