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[-] TylerDurdenJunior@lemmy.ml 23 points 6 months ago

McDonald's actually learned the hard way to work with union agreements when they first opened in Denmark.

Here is an interesting read about it:

https://mattbruenig.com/2021/09/20/when-mcdonalds-came-to-denmark/

[-] zbyte64@lemmy.blahaj.zone 7 points 6 months ago

Fantastic read, thank you

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