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role of union organizer and general manager writing a letter

Letter #1: You will assume the role of union organizer and write a letter that argues his position in this case.

Letter #2: You will then change hats and write a letter as the general manager and present his arguments in this situation

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Letter #1: You will assume the role of union organizer and write a letter that argues his position in this case.

You need to make up a name and of course you are the union organizer.

Check out these websites:
http://www.ueunion.org/org_steps.html The Five Basic Steps to Organizing a Union

Additional: This website has all the information you need about unions and organizing one.
Specifically, the following information could be included in your letter as a union organizer:
1) Build an organizing committee
Organizing committees represent all departments and all employees and all diversities.
List departments, work areas, jobs, and shifts for the company.
Employee information needed to work with them for organizing.
Employer information as far as who, locations, items carried, customers

2) Adopt an issues program
Union demands need to be placed into a document proposal.
Employees need to voice what they want.
Committees need to gather all those wants and condense them down into the proposal.

3) Sign-Up majority on Union Cards
Employees are asked to join the union.
They are ...

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Role of union organizer and general manager writing a letter expressing their side of an argument.

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