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Analysis: Jabs for jobs – U.S. vaccine mandates offer bargaining chip for worker rights

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By David Sherfinski WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – U.S. vaccine mandates are giving workers greater negotiating power, experts say, as the threat of strikes and collective action wins concessions for workers pummeled by the pandemic. They say that labor unions, already enjoying a resurgence of interest under a broader push for workers’ rights, can use the mandates to negotiate better working conditions for members as they prep for a post-pandemic economy. “I’ve been telling people that there’s nothing like a good pandemic to increase the power of labor, and I think that’s what we’ve…

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