The White-Collar Union Organizer and The Frustrated Labor Historians
To start, the writer will explain to the employee the occurring changes white-collar employee working conditions will encounter in society; followed by management opposition to justified unions, the advantages of union memberships, and theoretical reasons why most workers chose to be part of a union.
Working conditions of white-collar employment has firsthand weakened the superiority complex and promanagement sentiments of white-collar workers (Sloane & Witney, 2010). “It is organizational bigness and technological efficiency that affects individual’s ability to work alone or work in comfortable small groups as white-collar workers and blue-collar ones are increasingly becoming bureaucratized and victims of routines” (Sloane & Witney, 2010, p.18). Advance technology in various forms are proceeding at a faster rate in offices than in factory atmosphere with many of the analytical and decision making challenges once allowed the white-collarite are slowly disappearing at this time (Sloane & Witney, 2010). Then remote computer terminals are removed the work from the office and assigned to subcontractors, stay at home moms, and physically handicapped workers (Sloane & Witney, 2010). The computer has started to force many white-collar