Strikes ( BUS372: Employee & Labor Relations )

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Strikes affect the income of members, the reputation of the union, and the financial position of an employer. Describe the circumstances where a strike would be an appropriate bargaining tactic, and where it would be inappropriate.

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HKPJ
School: University of Maryland

There are a few main functioning stick's that unions utilize as tactical leverage. The most common stick is that of economical impacts and unfair practices. For example,  wadges, hours, and or course, working environments. When "Labor Rights" are compromised and/or jeopardized, than forming strikes under these conditions I think would be appropriate. What is inappropriate about sticks is how they used annually for the same reason/s. Although no economic change is present, nor are the results for individualized performance present, yet, continually asking for  more in hourly and/or salary wages.

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