Workers Bring Their Voices to the White House

October 9, 2015

The first-ever White House Summit on Worker Voice was held this week—“to explore ways to ensure that middle-class Americans are sharing in the benefits of the broad-based economic growth they are helping to create.” Yes, all working people need a voice on the job. 

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