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In the 1980s and 1990s, it was not uncommon for managers to take steps to cut labor costs. Some of these steps included: negotiating lower wages, closing inefficient (unionized) plants, and implementing two-tier wage systems. Many unions have argued that these requests are merely anti-union ploys. In response to such requests, they have asked to see the books.

Managers hesitate to give unions such financial information. Should they? Support your position.

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In the 1980s and 1990s, it was not uncommon for managers to take steps to cut labor costs. Some of these steps included: negotiating lower wages, closing inefficient (unionized) plants, and implementing two-tier wage systems. Many unions have argued that these requests are merely anti-union ploys. In response to such requests, they have asked to see the books.

Managers hesitate to give unions such financial information. Should they? Support your ...

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The solution discusses if managers should hesitate to give unions such financial information.

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