Essay Labor Relations

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Labor Relations
Name
University of Phoenix
Human Resources Management
431
Instructor
January 23, 2011
Abstract

Research will offer information that research provides about unions and labor relations and the effect on organizations. Most employees in the workforce are acting as independents. What this means is that the employee will negotiate all of the work conditions. Negotiations of how much the employer pays, flexible hours, and benefits received are an independent labor negotiates. Some employees use a union as protection from disputes from employers. Research will show the effect from the changes in employee relations strategies, policies, and practices on organizational performances. The final stage of negotiations
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Specialists are also in place to understand the laws designed to protect the employee with legal representation. Employee relations are another labor policy, which oversee industrial bargaining agreements. This program is in place to handle all employee complaints that directly result from management disputes. Advisors collaborate with the human resources about policy. The larger labor unions, for example teacher union provides benefits to members in the event of a strike or any other uncertain issues presents labors, and families.

The goal of a manager is to increase profit for the company. Unions make it harder to obtaining pay and work condition goals harder. The goal of the labor union is to satisfy each member. The National labor relations act supports unions and strikes. Unfair labor practices by employers, for example preventing employees from working during unlawful enforced labor acts. The NLRB argues that the 1935 National Labor Relations Act - which allows an employer to "voluntarily recognize" unions formed by that method - "pre-empts" state laws saying otherwise. Legal battles over federal pre-emption have snarled federal courts in recent years, but the Obama administration has a curious record on the subject. “(2011, January)

Labors are stressed in today’s economy from no jobs, to

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