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Organized Labor Rationale
Considering the economic and social conditions of the 1930s, take on the role of a leader within a budding organized labor movement., prepare a proposal to management, which outlines the rationale to create an organized labor movement for an organization. Highlight specific concerns and current avenues for resolution.

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Organized Labor Rationale
Considering the economic and social conditions of the 1930s, take on the role of a leader within a budding organized labor movement. prepare a proposal to management, which outlines the rationale to create an organized labor movement for an organization. Highlight specific concerns and current avenues for resolution.

There are many reasons why an organized labor movement should be created. The reason is that because of the depression there is widespread unemployment and an abundance of labor. The employer can use the law of employment at will and replace employees. There is an acute need for the employees to get ...

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