Get this from a library a contemporary analysis of a labor union : development, structure, functions : glass bottle blowers association of the united states and canada, afl-cio. Union membership in the united states, 1948-2010 source: labor research association analysis updated using bureau of labor statistics union members reports, 2003-10. Comparing and quantifying labor standards in the united states and the european union by federal level in united states while our analysis shows that overall. The report, protecting fundamental labor rights: lessons from canada for the united states, begins with a comparison of the current state of organized labor in the united states and canada it notes that, from the 1920s to about 1960, canada and the united states had roughly the same unionization rates. An analysis of industrial-organizational psychology's indifference to labor unions in the united states.
Case study: a national labor relations board union representation election at get-well community hospital linda tubach, teacher collective bargaining education project. An analysis of the labor market for uber's driver-partners in the united states jonathan v hall and alan b krueger nber working paper no 22843. Worldwide, union membership has declined slightly since the global financial crisis of 2008, but it's still higher in most countries than it is in the united states.
A brief history of unions the origin of labor unions dates back to the eighteenth century and the industrial revolution in europe in the united states. Labor unions play a critical role in the us airline industry about half of all workers in the air transportation industry are unionized, 493% of workers being union members and 516% being covered by collective bargaining. In the latest issue of democracy, rich yeselson has a long and interesting essay considering the decline of private-sector labor unions in the united states and whether they might ever make a. Us census data and statistics the united states census bureau bureau of labor statistics measures environmental resources, scientific analysis,.
Unions, strikes, and labor's share of income: a quarterly analysis of the united states, 1949-1992 author links open overlay panel michael wallace a kevin t leicht b lawrence e raffalovich c show more. Labor unions are an inevitable part of the united states workforce while they may be disruptive and annoying at time, they do come together for positive change in our first world country the need for unions like these is diminishing quickly. Analysis president obama labor unions, and other special interest entities now do, too to suspend the entry of aliens into the united. 2010 ap united states history free-response questions 1 united states history section ii part a discuss the how the rise in industry and labor unions, as well as.
This timely study represents the most comprehensive analysis of american teacher unions' strength ever conducted, ranking all fifty states and the district of columbia according to the power and influence of their state-level unions. The war labor board and the war labor policies board, the latter led by felix frankfurter and modeled on a directive by franklin d roosevelt who represented the united states navy on the board, proclaimed governmental support of unions and enforced pro-union measures on industry. Read this miscellaneous essay and over 88,000 other research documents labor unions in the united states labor unions in the united states organized labor affects the lives of many citizens everyday, often in a roundabout way.
A generational shift in the labor market that eliminated us jobs in union-dominated industries has been exacerbated in recent years by assaults on public-sector unions in republican-led states. United states africa australia why america's labor unions are about to die the expansion of right-to-work laws across the country that would permanently empty the pockets of labor. An official website of the united states government 1887 during 1887 four more states — colorado, massachusetts, new jersey, and new york — created the labor.
Labor union representation statistics for states just over 16 million workers were represented by unions in 2016, accounting for 12 percent of the us workforce. An analysis of data from the national labor relations board (nlrb) indicates that 38 percent of all union recognitions in 2009 bypassed secret ballot elections, and instead used card checks to unionize employees. The proquest statistical abstract of the united states is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic conditions of the united states data begins in 2013. Labor unions in the united states national trade union organization(s) afl-cio, ctw, iww: national government agency(ies) united states department of labor national labor relations board.