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Punching In: UAW Election Runoff Begins Ahead of Negotiations

Members of United Autoworkers have begun casting ballots in the runoff for the presidential election. Meanwhile, the Economic Policy Institute estimates misclassification as independent contractors costs workers nearly $10,000 a year on average.

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Union Busting: What Employers Can and Cannot Legally Do

High profile unionization efforts at companies like Amazon and Starbucks have drawn renewed interest in labor laws. In this video, we look at what’s legal and what isn't when a company's employees want to unionize.

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