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Imagine a simulated scenario in which you will make a presentation to your HR Department in preparation for a move by the employees to introduce collective bargaining into your company. Without taking a pro or con position, prepare an objective "brief sheet" summarizing background information about two of the following four organizations. Write one paragraph about each. No introductory or conclusion paragraph is needed. Make sure to use proper APA formatting.

o National Labor Relations Board - http://www.nlrb.gov
o AFL-CIO - http://www.aflcio.org
o Legal Information Institute - http://www.law.cornell.edu/topics/labor.html
o American Rights at Work - http://www.americanrightsatwork.org

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In the interest of informing the department about collective bargaining, which is soon to be implemented in our company, this "brief sheet" that I am giving you now will be distributed to all employees. It is a summary of background information about the National Labor Relations Board, which has been providing a legal structure to management and employee relations ever since the Great Depression in the 1930's. The Board, which was was implemented through federal legislation, has an ...

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The employment laws for writing the HR departments are examined.

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