Union approach Employee Interest

Please respond to each of the five final assessment essay questions. Support and defend your positions in your responses.Your responses should be complete and at least 250 words or more for each question. Each question is worth 20 points.


Some experts predict that in the future there are likely to be fewer but larger labor organizations. Discuss some advantages and disadvantages of the so-called One Big Union approach to representing employees’ interests.


What was the intent or purpose of Congress in passing (a) the 1932 Norris–La Guardia Act, (b) the 1935 National Labor Relations (Wagner) Act, (c) the 1947 Labor Management Relations (Taft–Hartley) Act, and (d) the Landrum–Griffin Act of 1959?


Should unions try to organize part-time workers? Why or why not? How are part-time workers different from full-time workers? How can a union tailor its approach to meet their unique needs?


What do you think the future will hold in terms of fringe benefits? What will be a popular new type of fringe benefit for the upcoming decade?


Justify your positions.Some have argued that federal workers should have the right to strike. Others disagree. What do you think? Support your arguments.

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