National Envelope Co.

Juan Roman
Workers are being asked to do more even as their benefits shrink, says Juan Roman, vice president of the local union that represents workers at National Envelope Co. in Westfield, Mass.
(Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)

The relentless drive for efficiency at U.S. companies has created a new harshness in the workplace.
Read more: As employers push efficiency, the daily grind wears down workers

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