Employment and Labor Laws: Unions

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1) Are unions still relevant and necessary today? Many question whether their role in labor and employment matters has run its course and they no longer have the same use as their original purpose. This author believes the opposite and that unions are more important today than ever and cites the decline in union membership as a reason for the decline of the middle class. Do you agree/disagree? Explain.

Link: http://www.politico.com/story/2012/09/why-unions-matter-more-than-ever-080571

2) What is the primary difference between what unions were bargaining for at their inception and today? Is this why we have a notion they are unimportant?

Each response must be a minimum of 200 words. References and in-text citation must be used. The selected tutor will be provided the e-book information.


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