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Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor
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"American Rights at Work’s “Labor Day List: Partnerships that Work” shows once again that companies that treat their workers as assets to be developed do better over the long term than companies that treat their workers as costs to be cut.  Consumers, investors, and CEOs should take note."
American Rights at Work’s “Labor Day List: Partnerships that Work” shows once again that companies that treat their workers as assets to be developed do better over the long term than companies that treat their workers as costs to be cut.  Consumers, investors, and CEOs should take note.

– Robert B. Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor, University Professor of social and economic policy, Brandeis University
 
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