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Top management has just learned that there now is another union organizing effort going on. This is the third time in four years that the hourly employees have tried to unionize; the vote margin is narrowing. As an HR manager in this union-free company with 500 plant, hourly employees in one location in a large industrial city, what actions during an organization drive will you recommend to top management to strive to remain union-free at this late date?

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//Prior to write about the recommendation to the top management to strive to remain union free at this late date, first of all, we will discuss about the case scenario, so that recommendation can be described in an easier way.

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Most of the organizations have labor unions over there, which deal with the issues related to the workers. But there are some firms, which run their business by making their organization union free. As in the case, the top management of the union free organization came to know that another effort from the hourly employees to unionize is going on. It is for the third time in the period of four years. The company has 500 plants and hourly employees are from one location in a large industrial city. The union of the hourly employees may affect the operation of the organization and managerial effectiveness in decision making. The unionized practices by the hourly employees would also cause the problem of ...

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