Employment and Jobs

Oren Cass on the future of collective action in labor

September 18, 2018  • Economic Opportunities Program

In September 2018, the Economic Opportunities Program hosted “The Justice System and Jobs: How Court Decisions Are Shaping Americans’ Work Lives,” which examined the critical role that courts have in setting the rules for the employer-employee relationship.

In this clip, Oren Cass of the Manhattan Institute explains how current law determines how unions operate and highlights potential alternatives.

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“Collective action, and workers being able to bargain collectively, is something everyone should be in favor of.” @oren_cass @ManhattanInst

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