No we don't. Health insurance was good at a time when people needed doctors, but these days, the insurers are just as bad as the employers. All they do is gouge money out of a company's employees regardless of whether or not that person can afford to have that deduction and they don't help things at all. I'm sure there's a better analogy to put things in perspective, but whatever. As soon as you'd abolish unions, there would be a need again. Things only got better for workers because of the unions, and if you take that protection away the companies will start to stomp on their employees even harder. All that matters to the corporate machine is the bottom line, and they will do whatever they can to raise profits. Money overpowers sympathy and human decency, and the corporate ladder is typically climbed by sociopaths. What you pay unions, you probably wouldn't even have on your check without them. That said, I don't believe voice actors should get royalties for games. The designers don't. The programmers don't. Why should the people who worked on the most superficial part of the game get royalties before them?