Give three reasons why a government might seek to limit the power of a union (workers' union)?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 10:15 pm ad1c9bdddf
I can think of a few reasons why the government might seek to limit the power of a union.
1. There are many services that are considered to be essential for the daily functioning of society. Things like transportation, hospital services, and education are generally deemed to be essential and also generally consist of unionized staff. Often at times when there is a standoff between the union and management, the government will assign a mediator to aid in ...
The expert examines limiting the powers of a workers`union.
Labor Relations HR, schools of thought: mainstream, HR management, industrial and critical industrial
McGraw Hill, /Chapter 2 Labor Unions: Good or Bad? http://highered.mheducation.com/sites/dl/free/.../988356/bud29430_ch02.pdf
There are four schools of thought that help HR professionals understand how to create labor relations strategies for their organization. Each school of thought listed below has a different view on labor unions.
Mainstream Economics School
Human Resource Management School
Industrial Relations School
Critical Industrial Relations School
Using the Internet research information on these four schools of thought, and analyze each by identifying the following:
Its view on unions (e.g., positive, negative, necessary, unnecessary) and its rationale for this view.
Its approach to labor relations and providing employees a voice in bargaining.
Your own views on each school of thought (e.g., Do you agree with this school of thought? Why or why not?)