Unions As Organized 'Strip' Clubs

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Despite shrinking membership numbers, construction unions have shown an ability to adapt in order to survive. As a result of the construction boom in various part of the country, union organizing drives have taken a backseat to pointed campaigns that try to convinces well-trained, talented open shop workers to leave their employers and work for union construction companies. This growing phenomenon, dubbed "stripping," raises unique challenges that are every bit as problematic as traditional union organizing activities. This article explains the phenomenon.

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