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    issued a new ruling that dramatically changed the way businesses have to handle joint-employer relations. It also stated that this was necessary to encourage collective bargaining. The information disclosed in the article has many applications in regard to human resource management. It especially relates to labor relations and the collective bargaining that goes along with labor relations and labor unions. The material discussed in the Wall Street Journal is extremely important to businesses,…

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    other companies, even other industries. This significantly impacted many morally responsible employers who were undeserving of the aftermath that results from a strike, namely financial. In addition to ethically questionable tactics during collective bargaining with employers, there was a growing concern among the population regarding the manner in which unions treated their current and prospective members. In the period following the Wagner Act, critics contend that non-union members were…

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    another person wants something from us. (http://corporate.findlaw.com) During discussions in 3-1 Collective Bargaining-Employee Safety we were broken up into two groups Management and Labor. The two groups were tasked with coming to an agreement on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) for the company that both sides good agree with. Formal negotiations include negotiating collective bargaining agreements with labor unions, contracting with vendors and consultants, or meeting with…

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    Public Sector Unions

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    corporations were engaging with the best practices of that particular time. Unions increased wages, benefits, workplace safety, child labor rights; reduced work hours, and diversity in a complex manner. Collective bargaining brought the political process into…

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    A labor union, or union, is a group of workers who come together for the sole purpose of improving their work conditions and the environment through the process of collective bargaining. They negotiate with their organizations management on issues such as wages, benefits and work conditions. The first unions were formed in the United States in as early as 1860 with the building of the railroads. However, labor strikes occurred much earlier the first in 1636 when a group of Maine anglers…

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    While the reasons are many, they include, at least in part, political repression and relative absence of collective bargaining efforts in the southern states, plus favorable financial incentives from the local governments (Blank, 2011). A pro-business political climate within these states has been enhanced by low business costs such as for taxes and labor, strong labor…

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    the rise of unions. In The National Labor Relations Act of 1935, also known as the Wagner Act, workers were guaranteed the right to “join unions and bargaining collectively” (Dubofsky & McCartin 142). Along with that, it established the National Labor Relations Board which “banned employer-dominated company unions from engaging in collective bargaining, and outlawed a variety of anti-union tactic” (Dubofsky & McCartin 142). Armed with support from…

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    In the given case of CEO of the midsize urban hospital who is accused of violating the collective bargaining contract with the union, one must take into consideration that former had acted on own thoughts without consulting anybody and hastily took the decisions. Also, according to the comments made by the union steward, it seems that the interpersonal relationship between the management and the union is more inclined towards the negative side. Despite the fact that National Labor Relations Act…

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    major statutes are dating back to the American history making up the Labor Management Relations Act. LMRA cornerstone has provisions that employees ought to have rights to joining and bargaining in Unions. Such acts by the employees…

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    This case is about two workers that walked off of the job because of unfair working conditions. The employees complained that they were cold and voiced their complaints to the shop supervisor. The shop supervisor took a poll of all employees and the majority of them felt as if the shop door should remain open instead of being closed as requested by Drake and Keeler. As a result, on their lunch break, Drake and Keeler decided to leave the job for the rest of the day. Upon their return to work on…

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