The hottest Labor relations Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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BIG by Matt Stoller β€’ 43316 implied HN points β€’ 26 Jan 24
  1. There is growing discontent and criticism towards Boeing's management from various stakeholders like Wall Street, labor unions, customers, and regulators.
  2. Major Boeing customers like Alaska Airlines and United Airlines are publicly holding Boeing accountable for quality issues and demanding reimbursement, indicating a significant shift in the industry's code of silence about problems.
  3. The government, particularly the FAA, has taken actions against Boeing and is showing signs of increasing regulation, potentially leading towards a moment where Boeing's management structure may face significant changes.
Altered States of Monetary Consciousness β€’ 38 HN points β€’ 18 Jan 24
  1. Corporate capitalism is a complex, circular system with no clear beginning or end.
  2. Understanding the roles of state institutions, corporations, and financial sectors is essential in comprehending the economy.
  3. Consumers, workers, managers, and suppliers all play key roles in the corporate capitalist ecosystem.
The Ankler β€’ 864 implied HN points β€’ 31 May 23
  1. Executives are feeling awkward and unsure of how to engage with writers due to the WGA strike
  2. The strike is impacting the personal and professional relationships in the entertainment industry
  3. Communication about the strike is sensitive, with executives being cautious about what they say and not putting anything in writing
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Malt Liquidity β€’ 6 implied HN points β€’ 19 Sep 23
  1. Coordinated efforts become stronger as the numbers grow, but the value of the individual diminishes.
  2. Union bargaining gains power with a critical mass of numbers, enabling negotiation for better terms.
  3. Tesla's success in the market is partly due to its non-unionized workforce, providing cost advantages compared to unionized competitors.