Building on the old term of art: “unionization takes wages out of competition”… In today’s world where only 5% of … Continue reading Unionization and Purpose: Achieving Competitive Advantage through Frontline Engagement
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John Lewis was part of a movement in which people literally risked their lives to achieve basic human rights. Democracy is not … Continue reading John Lewis’ transformational guidance…
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Mr. Becote, Ms. Carrow, Mr. Edwards, Mr. Braswell, Mr. Cargill, Mr. Montgomery, Mr. Washington. PRESENTE! As I read this … Continue reading “Often Invisible…”
In brief, the experience in our communities and in our health care system can be described as a new era … Continue reading Healthcare Labor-Management Partnership in the time of Our Pandemic
Chile: Notes from a Revolt If it were true that our belief in “looking out for one another” were actually … Continue reading Change and Purpose
On any given day, most people would likely agree that in the workplace, the voice of the worker is essential. … Continue reading Where is the voice of working people?
“In the nearly 8 years I spent with Kaiser Permanente having had the privilege of leading the 100,000 member Coalition … Continue reading In Memory, Bernard J. Tyson