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Collective Bargaining  week 3 discussion 2

As collective bargaining regarding public employees pay, benefits, and pension obligations agreements have become a significant issue across the United States, complete a comparison of the three models of collective bargaining. In your analysis, identify which model(s) are more advantageous to either labor or management and why. How does the reduction of employee rights in several states affect law enforcement? What impact does the inability to strike have on the collective bargaining process?

James answered : The three models for collective bargaining are the national level, industry level, and the company or plant level. The most important of the three is the national level when it comes to collective bargaining. I believe that this level is the most important because it deals with all employees. The company level can be very important if you are dealing with a certain group of workers at a certain business. The industry level can be important as well because it deals with the national, regional, and local levels of workers. All three in their own right can be very important in collective bargaining. Reducing any workers rights are bad for anyone involved. In law enforcement this is particularly true. As a law enforcement officer we have to deal with things that nobody else in could even begin to imagine. I believe that we should be the ones with the most rights. I feel as though taking our employee rights from us puts us at a disadvantage. You have to be continuously worrying if you mess one small thing up what will happen to not only your job, but your life. I feel as though that law enforcement officers should have the same employee rights if not more rights than everyone else. We put our lives on the line each and everyday to protect and serve the public. The same also goes for our firefighters. The inability to strike really gives the companies a leg up on the collective bargaining process. If we are not happy with working conditions or pay raises then we should be able to have the ability to strike. A strike gives the workers an opportunity to put pressure on the companies to get something done about a situation in a timely manner

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