Why are unions such a non-starter in the C-suite?
By Adam Lashinsky
The Washington Post: Opinion
September 2, 2022 at 7:00 a.m. EDT
We supposedly live in the age of the virtuous corporation, where issues from inclusion to the environment to “stakeholder” rights hold maximum sway. At the same time, the mindful American corporation is under attack from the right, which argues that its environmental-social-governance focus amounts to little more than disingenuous woke-signaling.
Yet there’s one big exception to this veneer of virtue: Even the most progressive-minded executive teams are opposed to organized labor. It’s a disconnect that portends an increasingly contentious era between management and employees, enhanced by worker shortages not seen during the lifetime of today’s CEOs.
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