Ever been curious about examples of how union bosses and their contracts harm economic growth? Look no further than USA Today for some great examples. But first, the conclusion:
Union contractors, who are increasingly losing projects to non-union contractors, are intent on getting contracts that will enforce a fully productive eight-hour workday earning an eight-hour paycheck. This means abolishing the contractual overstaffing mandating that two or more workers do the work of one. Union workers are voting this week on recently negotiated contracts proposing work rule reforms.