As some time ago, many of you had visited one of our articles about one of the last videos of the channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance, we are doing it again today because we know how much it makes you happy. That's why we're telling you about it today, because this new video might pique your interest.
Indeed, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance has decided today to post a new video which is called "Union-Busting Is a Business, AFL-CIO Head Says". Of course, you can now find it in full playback on our site for your greatest pleasure!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Union-Busting Is a Business, AFL-CIO Head Says published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
The head of the largest US trade-union federation said that moves by Starbucks Corp. and Amazon.com Inc. against their workers' attempts to organize show why labor reform is necessary to allow employees to more easily join unions. "There are workers that have been organizing in workplaces across the country that have faced intimidation and threats and firings," Liz Shuler, president of AFL-CIO, said on "Balance of Power."