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Analyze the relevancy of today's top 3 issues critical to the two national unions.

What are the issues? Are the issues the same for both unions?
What is the source of the statement presenting the issue: a particular political representative? A recent poll or some other source? Is this source reliable?
Do you think the issues are relevant to the current world of work?
Do you think the issues could be addressed by management within today's law?
Is there a better alternative than the voice of these two unions?
Present evidence to support your impression of their relevance to the world of work today. Consider and recommend the best voice to tackle the issues mentioned by the unions, for example union, management, agency, the Department of Labor, courts, or another source.

Please include references.

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The response address the queries posted in 628 words with references.
//Prior to discuss the critical issues related to the processing of the national unions, it is better to have an understanding of the national unions. In this series, in the first section of the discussion paper, the detailed description of the concept of 'National Union' is given. //

National Union Issues

Introduction

Union is a group of people working together, which helps the workers to provide support and better working environment. Unions help workers to raise voice for their rights before lawmakers. There are many national and international unions in the United States of America. These unions are affiliated with AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations). AFL-CIO is the largest federation of unions in the United States. It consists of 56 national and international unions (AFL-CIO: About Us, 2008).

//After having a good understanding of the national unions in the next section of the discussion paper, the several critical issues related to the operations of the national unions ...

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