March 27, 2023
From: The Backside Line

Three years after the COVID pandemic shut down the world’s financial system, have relations between staff and employers shifted?

Economists name it “pandemic epiphanies”.

Through the first yr of the COVID-19 lockdowns, folks began questioning their life selections. Hundreds of thousands stop their jobs and pivoted to new fields.

When the financial system began to open up in late 2021, corporations in the US needed to pay greater than pre-COVID salaries to recruit staff. American staff gained bargaining energy in coping with their corporations.

However makes an attempt to arrange into unions are nonetheless met with ferocity by the largest companies.

Host Steve Clemons discusses the way forward for work with journalist Liz Hoffman, ZipRecruiter chief economist Julia Pollak and Certainly economist Nick Bunker.

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