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    What role does higher-level leadership and a strategic approach to human capital management play in determining the existence/necessity of labor unions in a typical organization?

    What are organizations allowed and disallowed to do in response to a union organizing effort?

    If you are in an organization, has your current firm ever faced an organizing effort? If so, evaluate the firm's response relative to perceptions of legality. If you are not currently in an organization, research how a large local organization responds to unionization efforts within its company.

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    What role does higher-level leadership and a strategic approach to human capital management play in determining the existence/necessity of labor unions in a typical organization?

    If higher-level leadership and the strategic approach to human capital management are not in sync with the labor force of the company, then conditions for the worker may warrant the need for a labor union to make things better. "A labor union is defined as 'as group of workers who have banded together to achieve common goals in the key areas of wages, hours and working conditions' (Boone and Kurtz, 1999, p.414)."

    In earlier days, children were used in factories from the early morning until late at night, working for pennies a day. These conditions drew together people who found out that they could capitalize on their numbers to get things changed and get results that were more reasonable. As situations like these ...

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    This solution discusses several topics related to the formation of unions including, how the human resources management (HRM) can avoid such a formation, what organizations are not allowed to do in response to a unionizing effort, and a personal expert testimonial of an experience in a business in which the workers were pursuing unionization.

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