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Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining

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I need help completing this project:

1) Do you believe employee elections regulated by the NLRB are successful? Why or why not? Please explain your answer.
2) Discuss the difference between an employer's support of and domination of a union.
3) Compare and contrast the factors that might contribute to employees' voting to decertify a union.
4) Under what circumstances can employers poll employees to determine their desire to join a union? Explain.

Responses to EACH QUESTION must be MINIMUM 300 words with all references in APA format.

Reference:

Carrell, M. R., & Heavrin, C. (2010). Labor relations and collective bargaining: Cases, practice, and law (9th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

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This solution focuses on four specific questions about the NLRB and gives over 1500 words of text in APA format with references cited to help the reader better understand the answers to these questions.

1) Do you believe employee elections regulated by the NLRB are successful? Why or why not?
2) Discuss the difference between an employer's support of and domination of a union.
3) Compare and contrast the factors the might contribute to employees' voting to de-certify a union.
4) Under what circumstances can employers poll employees to determine their desire to join a union?

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