More Wisconsin workers are organizing. How much leverage do they have?

“I think that we have a context where workers, individually and collectively, are demanding more of work,” said Laura Dresser, a labor economist and associate director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison think tank COWS.

In this booming labor market, she said, workers know they can find another job if needed.

“Their exit threat is so much more credible. They can leverage more from this moment,” she said.

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