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Review the major laws affecting labor-management relations in the textbook. Based on your review, what are the pros and cons of labor unions for employees?

For employers?

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Basically, the majority of labor laws, including the ones described in the text, serve the same fundamental purpose. The advantages to the employees include the protecting of employee rights. The NLRB and other similar boards were created in order to serve the best interests of the employees. One of the main problems when many of the major laws were created, like the Wagner Act, is that the country was just developing into a time where manufacturing was at it's biggest. In many instances, the employers were taking advantage of the employees, because the employers were seeing firsthand that when ...

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The solution provides a detailed discussion reviewing the major laws affecting labor-management relations and thoroughly addresses the pros and cons of labor unions for employers.

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