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    prerogative as the employee is being paid accordingly to skills and knowledge attained. Chan, C. K., & Hui, E. S. (2014) suggest “We anticipate that, in the foreseeable future, both collective bargaining by riot and party state-led collective bargaining will co-exist in China”. Although, China suggests in that collective bargaining in the future for their county will exist whether if it is by party state or strike using overt actions. Industrial conflict will always arise between the employment…

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    Mexican Maquiladoras Essay

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    Traditional Unions and the Mexican Maquiladoras: Dispute and Fragmentation The first maquiladoras were established in the border cities of Nogales, Tijuana, Matamoros, and Ciudad Juarez in the 1960s and 1970s. There was a power struggle among the principal worker organizations (CTM, CROC, and COROM) to obtain the right to represent the workers during this period. This struggle provoked at least two types of labor actions. The first was focused on worker contracts and the right to control…

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    Labor Union Shop History

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    A labor union is an organization or wage earners that unite to promote and defend the interests of its members with respect to wages and working conditions. Labor unions first started in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the 1790s because of terrible working conditions. This contributed to worker strikes. A strike is a refusal to work organized by a body of employees as a form of protest, typically in an attempt to gain concession or concessions from their employer. However, employers did not like…

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    Labour Movement In Canada

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    When viewing the video, I found it hard to believe that we were talking about Canada, a country that is rich with employers and employees who engage in rewarding work because of the collective bargaining process. As Friend and Foe provides a window into the labour movement in Canada and its turbulent struggles since its inception. This struggle resulted in the protections and rights that workers in Canada continue to enjoy today. The labour movement was born in Canada as industrialization…

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    In the late 19th century, the United States had no strong labor legislation that could intervene and solve the continuous unrest between workers and their employers. This led to several strikes by workers who had no means of pushing for their collective bargains except through strikes and go-slows. The strikes would often put pressure on employers and result in agreements between the two groups. However, at times it would also lead to many workers being laid off for their participation or…

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    Yellowtone Case Study 5-2

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    different duties for the University. Since the three jobs meet the common law test that the union contends they are a statutory definition of an employee. The labor union would want to organize and represent the TAs, RAs, and proctors because of bargaining over benefits, working conditions, and wages. In order receive wages and good benefits…

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    Right To Work Law

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    The 1947 Taft-Hartley amendments to the National Labor Relations Act (1935) sanctioned a state’s right to pass laws that prohibit unions from requiring a worker to pay dues, even when the worker is covered by a union-negotiated collective bargaining agreement. (Shierholz, 2011) Right to work laws have to do with the state deciding that an employer or union can't require the employee to be a member of the union to get a job. Many feel that it gives the union too much power in the workplace. The…

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    Craft Union Pros And Cons

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    Union is a group of people that work together to improve their lives through collective bargaining. A craft union includes workers with a specific skill or trade in particular occupations, such as plumbers, bakers, or electricians. An industrial union includes all types of workers from a single industry, such as steelworkers or autoworkers. Union helps protect employees from unjust dismissal through collective bargaining agreements because of these agreements most union cannot be terminated…

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    employers and courts. Naturally, the Norris–LaGuardia Act of 1932 ushered in other pieces of legislation to restructure the laws governing the workforce legally. The Wagner Act clarified Labor as more than a commodity, and notated that collective bargaining is essential to workers’ best interest, and employee have a right to have a voice (Budd, 2013,…

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    labor organizations; to bargain collectively through representation of their own choosing; to engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining; and to refrain from any or all of the other rights. (p. 360) The National Labor Relations Act was born to protect employees from employers and to establish a balance of bargaining power between the two. Carrell…

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