Signs that Employee Activism is Growing

September 18, 2019

Union workers striking at General Motors and the ongoing push for a higher minimum wage may be a sign of a new era of worker activism.

Workforce and labor expert Carl Van Horn says “even though profits of companies have been going up, people’s paychecks haven’t been going up accordingly.”

Van Horn is the director and distinguished professor of public policy at the Rutgers John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development.

September 18, 2019, NJ101.5

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