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Collective Bargaining in Unions

Why are white collar workers less likely to join a union? Explain at least five reasons.

Explain how Manslow's Theory of Motivation and its connection related to why workers join unions.

In the 1960s and 1970s, what were some of the reasons for the growth of unionization in the public sector? Give 3 and discuss.

Why was the union membership in the united states declined in teh blue-collar sector?

What are five reasons for poor performance of unions in the 1920s?

How did the change of political parties influence the NLRB's decisions regarding unions in the 1980s and 1990s?

Explain the difference in the unionization goals of the AFL President, William Green versus those of CIO president, John L. Lewis. Which would you side with if you were there? Why?

Elaborate on the provisions of the Landruff-Griffin Act of 1959 that gave union members a Bill of Rights through the variety of reporting and disclosure obligations now required by the officers of the labor organizations.

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The collective bargaining in Unions are discussed. How Manslow's theory of motivation and its connection related to why workers join unions are determined.