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Unionization of Supervisors
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Unionization of Supervisors
The rights of supervisors to unionize varies depending on whether they are members of
the public or private sector. In the former, these individuals are allowed to join labor unions.
However, they are restricted from being members if they are working for private businesses.
Accordingly, the law giving workers the right to enter trade unions appears to be discriminatory
since it does not cover persons who work as supervisors in private companies. In my opinion, I
believe the current regulations are effective in ensuring that both private and public supervisors
perform their duties efficiently.
In the public sector, supervisors have a duty of overseeing how these organizations are
managed. Consequently, they cannot be recognized as part of the management. Their primary
role is oversight of how the state-owned institutions are operated (Dessler, 2016). Since these
individuals do not have any managerial duties, they can be able to join trade unions.
Furthermore, their actions as members of these groupings cannot affect their oversight roles in
the public sector.
Supervisors in state-owned organizations are required to be independent officers, which
makes them not to be part of the management. Usually, these individuals report directly to the
board of governance of these firms. Their direct reporting enables them to remain independent
from the administration, which is essential in enhancing their supervisory duties (Lepak &
Gowan, 2015). The campaigns by trade unions for the welfare of employees, which is usually by
demanding for better wages and working conditions, cannot interfere with their independence.
Furthermore, all the concerns issued by trade unions cannot directly affect supervisors’ roles in
the public sector. Therefore, it is justifiable for them to join these groupings.

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Running head: UNIONIZATION OF SUPERVISORS Unionization of Supervisors Student’s Names Institution Affiliation 1 UNIONIZATION OF SUPERVISORS 2 Unionization of Supervisors The rights of supervisors to unionize varies depending on whether they are members of the public or private sector. In the former, these individuals are allowed to join labor unions. However, they are restricted from being members if they are working for private businesses. Accordingly, the law giving workers the right to enter trade unions appears to be discriminatory since it does not cover persons who work as supervisors in private companies. In my opinion, I believe the current regulations are effective in ensuring that both private and public supervisors perform their duties efficiently. In the public sector, supervisors have a duty of overseeing how these organizations are managed. Consequently, they cannot be recognized as part of the management. Their primary role is oversight of how the state-owned institutions are operated (Dessler, 2016). Since these individuals do not have any managerial duties, they can be able to join trade unions. Furthermore, their actions as members of these groupings canno ...
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