In the shifting power relationship between employers and American workers, workers have recently gained the upper hand. During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of workers resigned from their jobs, leaving employers scrambling to fill positions, and those still employed went on strike more frequently. The trends show that many workers feel dissatisfied with working conditions and empowered to demand improvements. Listen to hear a labor historian explain what the upheaval in the labor market means for the future of the workplace and how it fits into the history of the labor movement.
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