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If an employer has a good-faith reasonable doubt as to whether a majority of its employees support an incumbent union, what options are available to the employer? Which option do you think is in the employer's best interest? Why? 200-300 words APA format

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// Before inquiring into this issue, we should know the law concerning the unions. It is essential that all the legal aspects of concerning the trade unions should be studied in order to know the various options available to the employer. I would discuss these options available with the employer which are in his best interest.//

According to the National Labor Relations Board, an employer cannot withdraw recognition from the union, if he doubts that majority of its employees are supporting an incumbent union. The employer can only withdraw support from the union ...

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