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Wednesday, September 12, 2012
by Robert Combs
A new Bloomberg BNA special report, Union Organizing in the Health Care Industry, has just been released.
It covers the last seven years of labor relations trends and developments in this
extremely volatile arena. As I was editing the report, I found a lot of
interesting facts. Here are some of my favorites:
For more information on Union Organizing in the Health Care Industry, including a look at
the table of contents and overview, visit www.bna.com/healthorg.
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