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Dec. 29, 2006
More than 15,000 United Steel Workers members at 16 Goodyear Tire & Rubber plants end an 86-day strike, ratify three-year contract. 
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Posted On: Dec 05, 2023
Dec. 5, 2023 | ORGANIZING | Long after he took a position at Allina Health, a large nonprofit healthcare system based in Minnesota, in 2009, Dr. John Wust, a longtime obstetrician-gynecologist from Louisiana, did not see himself as the kind of employee who might benefit from collective bargaining. But that changed in the months leading up to March when his group of more than 100 doctors at an Allina hospital near Minneapolis voted to unionize. Dr. Wust, who has spoken with colleagues about the potential benefits of a union, said doctors were at a loss on how to ease their unsustainable workload because they had less input at the hospital than ever before. And doctors are not the only health professionals who are unionizing or protesting in greater numbers. The New York Times
 
 
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