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First analyze the two case studies and then answer the following question, "How much power or influence do the labor and management sides have over workplace rules and organization"? Refer to specific examples from the cases. Use the questions found at the end of each case study to help you organize your answer. Needs to be in case study(essay) form.
The case study needs to be presented in a professional manner. It should include a list of sources used, if applicable. Please be sure to cite sources using a consistent format (APA, MLA, etc.). The paper itself must be typed, double spaced, with one inch margins. Eleven or twelve point type is preferred. Please consider content organization, clarity of writing, vocabulary use, and proper grammar. I will attach the two case studies needed for this.

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First analyze the two case studies and then answer the following question, "How much power or influence do the labor and management sides have over workplace rules and organization"? Refer to specific examples from the cases. Use the questions found at the end of each case study to help you organize your answer. Needs to be in case study(essay) form.
The case study needs to be presented in a professional manner. It should include a list of sources used, if applicable. Please be sure to cite sources using a consistent format (APA, MLA, etc.). The paper itself must be typed, double spaced, with one inch margins. Eleven or twelve point type is preferred. Please consider content organization, clarity of writing, vocabulary use, and proper grammar. I will attach the two case studies needed for this.
A labor union would want to organize and represent TAs, RAs, and proctors to push up their bargaining power. The power of a labor union depends not on the degrees or positions of its members but on the number of its members. It would prefer to have a larger number of persons as its members. That apart, a labor union realizes fees from each of its members. So, if TAs, RAs, and proctors are represented by the unions, the income of the union would go up.
The TAs, RAs, and proctors want union representation so that their voice is heard with ...

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