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Centralized Collective Bargaining

Centralized Bargaining

1. Create two scenarios: one in which management would prefer centralized bargaining and one in which the union would prefer centralized bargaining. Provide specific examples to support your response.

2. Determine the type of situation in which both management and the union would prefer centralized bargaining. Be sure to take into account specific legal considerations affecting centralized bargaining.

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One scenario in which management would prefer centralized bargaining is one in which there is large-scale production of standardized products and the company is striving to achieve economies of scale. The management seeks to increase overall productivity through centralized bargaining. For example, a company owns several foundries and is seeking to increase its production in terms of millions of tons. One scenario in which the ...

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This solution explains issues related to centralized collective bargaining. The sources used are also included in the solution.

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