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As highly-skilled professionals in employee and labor relations, we are all acutely aware that corporate labor relations has been forever changed by the current climate. NLRB elections over the last year have been conducted by mail, lowering voter turnout from around 78% to closer to 69%. And when an organizing drive got to a vote, the unions won in over 72% of those elections. But what do those statistics mean to us, the strategy with which we approach our direct connection to employees, and the future of labor relations in general? Joining us today is Nick Munday, Managing Director for our parent company, IRI Consultants. Here, he explains:
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