Certainly the mere existence of a union at places like Rockstar is not going to guarantee their workers aren't exploited, laid off, or both in any particular order, thanks to the simultaneous existence of the reserve army of labor. But how do you think workers got what guaranteed protections we have enshrined in law in the first place? Governments don't generally listen to individuals, so organizing is what makes workers a bloc that can demand attention and get our interests taken as seriously as corporations' interests. How else are you hoping to "push change in legislation" in any meaningful sense?
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