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Worker Centers Are Center of Attention

Worker advocacy groups have been increasing in number for the past three decades. While they operate as nonprofits, some critics believe they should be labeled as unions.

November 8, 2013
Related Topics: Unions, Miscellaneous Legal Issues, Labor Relations, The Latest, Legal
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Worker advocacy groups have been increasing in number for the past three decades. While they operate as nonprofits, some critics believe they should be labeled as unions.
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