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Michelle S Tull MGMT 375 The handbill in Exhibit 5-10 is against having a union come into the workplace. The employer is trying to too say they will give you paid holidays, vacations, rest periods, funeral leave, jury duty leave and shift differential. No need for a union we will give you these. They also say they offer automatic wage increase, insurance, employee purchase plan, company paid plan, incentive pay plan and have good wages, comfortable and safe working conditions. All of these are offered and you don’t have to pay union dues to get these. The problem here though is they can say this, but don’t have to back it up. It’s a tactic to try and say they are as good as having a union so no need to bring a union in. What the handbill doesn’t say is whether there is job security or what your workload is. They don’t say they will protect you from unfair supervisors or unfair discipline. It’s all fluff with no actual guarantee your job is
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