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Industrial Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship

In the modern advanced manufacturing economy, most production workers, including those on the frontlines, need more than the basic skills that were required in previous decades. To meet demands for quality and safety in a workforce where experienced employees are aging out and new talent is hard to find, employers need to attract and train the skilled workers who will grow this critical sector of the U.S. economy.

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Labor Commission on Racial and Economic Justice

 

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Labor Law Reform

The income inequality gap is the largest it has been in 50 years. Wages are stagnant and working people often have to work two or three jobs to make ends meet. The balance of power has shifted completely to corporations and the labor laws designed to empower and protect working people are outdated and weak. 

It wasn't always this way. During the Great Depression, we enacted fair and common-sense labor laws to correct the balance of power between working people and big business. Since then, corporate interests have surgically weakened those laws.

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