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What must labor unions do to reverse the trend toward a loss of union membership and consequently a loss of power?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 9:41 pm ad1c9bdddf
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// Trade integral part of any Organization be it large or small. They together are very powerful and enjoy strong bargaining power over the employer. So in this case, we would identify the ways to reverse the trend toward a loss of union membership and consequently a loss of power. //
Trend of loss of Union Membership
In the last decade, trade union membership has decreased to a great extent. There were 16.5 million memberships in the year 1999 which decreased to 16.3 million in 2000. In the last few years, situation has become worse and the number of members has become similar as they were in 50's. To some extent, the fall in the union membership is related to unfavorable economic conditions, such as recession. Economy has changed a lot, which is the ...
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Assess Current Compensation Trends
Make a presentation for preparing managers to evaluate the total compensation programs that are likely to be needed in the workplace over the next ten years.
- Incorporate at least three journal articles or publications which may provide some insights into the future requirements for effective pay programs.
- Address pay equity in organizations, and the audience will be your senior management and a few staff members.
- The multi-generational workforce, along with more work-life balance demands by workers, may also influence future pay programs. Imagine that you are giving the presentation to senior management.
Length: 10-15 slides
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