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    Unfair Labor Practices and the Wagner Act of 1935

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    Please discuss the following questions in preparation for an essay on the subject. What are the unfair labor practices? How did the Wagner Act of 1935 lead to mandatory subjects of bargaining today?

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    How the Wagner Act of 1935 lead to mandatory subjects of bargaining today?

    Unfair labor practices entail actions by employers that hinder employees' ability to engage in collective bargaining for mutual aid or protection, and in addition any threats that may be heaped upon an employee such as firing the employee or taking away their job benefits for joining or voting for a union. Failure ...

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    This solution of 249 words discusses unfair labor practices with respect to the Wagner Act in 1935. It explains the act and how it affects employers and employees in the workplace.

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