Why the Threat of U.S. Airline Strikes Might Be a Thing of the Past
The U.S. aviation landscape has changed a lot over the last decade with a series of mergers cutting the number of carriers. Not only has this shored up their financials, but it has also made strike action less likely. A good thing for management maybe but not so good for employees looking for a better deal.
Justin Bachman and Mary Schlangenstein, Bloomberg | 3 years ago