In their recent article in Missouri Medicine, Trecia Moore and Mary-Ann Czak discuss the NLRA’s protection of private sector employees’ rights to join unions and note the decline in union membership since the 1950s. Despite this decline, there is a resurgence in union activity and public approval, especially among physicians, driven by changes in employment structures, autonomy issues, and burnout. Learn more in their full article, “Physician Organizing: Trends and Takeaways.”

This article appears in Missouri Medicine: The Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association and is reprinted with permission.