Publication Date

March 1997

Abstract

Today, in the post-NAFTA climate of expanding trade agreements and skyrocketing levels of corporate migration, a majority of employers continue to make plant-closing threats during organizing campaigns. A recent study found that plant-closing threats continue to be among the most powerful anti-union strategies, and threats are even more pervasive than they were in 1993-95.

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Suggested Citation
Bronfenbrenner, K. (2000). Raw power: Plant-closing threats and the threat to union organizing. Multinational Monitor, 21(12), 24-29.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/cbpubs/20/

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Posted with permission of the Multinational Monitor.

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