This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors or management of Nation’s Restaurant News. For most of the last hundred years, labor unions and the bosses who control them have earned unflattering stereotypes like aggressive, uncompromising, relentless and even, in some cases, thuggish. Many also have reputations for being more adept at vilifying employers and padding their own wallets than fighting for the rights of workers. Some of their image problems may be ...

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