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Socially Responsible Businesses Redefine Labor Relations in Global Economy by Collaborating with Employees and Unions

Author: American Rights At Work , Published on: 27 August 2007

In observance of Labor Day, American Rights at Work profiles successful partnerships between employers, their employees, and their unions in the third annual edition of the Labor Day List: Partnerships that Work...All featured employers negotiated good contracts with their employees' unions and demonstrate a commitment to respecting workers' freedom to choose union representation. Many embrace higher labor standards than those mandated by current U.S. labor law. [refers to cases of AT&T, SCA Tissue, Swanton Berry Farm, DoubleTree Hotel San Jose [part of Hilton], Stromberg Metal Works, Thompson Electric]

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Related companies: AT&T Hilton Thompson Electric