The U.S. Congress should take note of this being how it is happening in another country as well as us.
"The idea that wages are best negotiated in a group is a long-outdated notion. It is a legacy from August Palm's days, when Sweden was an industrial society where large groups in the labour market had only gone to school for a few years," they wrote.
Palm was a leader in introducing the social democratic labour movement in Sweden in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The labour market supplies well educated employees who want and can make their own choices, Elias and Eriksson added.