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The Economics of Unionized Labor

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It is often said that "good pay and good management" are the keys to successful union avoidance. Spell out the kind of policies and practices companies should develop if they want to keep their workers from unionizing. Do you think the employee relations practices you have mentioned are less costly or more costly than working with unionized labor?

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I am in agreement that good pay and good management are the keys to successful union avoidance, in addition to other things. One of the best ways that a company can reduce the chances of their workers making the decision that they need to unionize, is to ensure that their workers are adequately compensated for the job that they perform for the organization.

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