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    1. Despite the fact that union membership is relatively low, many people believe that the fear of unionization ensures that employers treat employees well. Do you agree or disagree with this view? Why?

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    Fear of unionization does ensure employers treat employees well to a certain extent. The union represents an option for employees to negotiate as a group to better their own positions, in the event they feel their employer is not treating them fairly. Also, union wages are often higher than non-union ...

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