Analysis

Worker Centers Seen As Likely Targets For Trump Regulators

By Braden Campbell (January 23, 2018, 9:30 PM EST) -- Business advocates who have been pressing the federal government for years to increase its regulation of worker centers like Fight for $15 are more hopeful than ever that they'll get their way after a string of reversals of Obama-era National Labor Relations Board precedent.

As worker centers — a loosely defined category of advocacy groups that help workers in a specific community or industry — have gained momentum and secured changes to state employment laws, the business community has stepped up calls for those groups to be regulated.

"From the business perspective, [we've] just been treading water for the last 10...

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