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What are the economic and social consequences of prohibiting the replacement of economic strikers? Additionally, discuss the potential risks for employers who decide to implement a replacement-worker strategy. When employees chose to strike, it can be damaging and costly. Employers have options on how to proceed with a strike. Employers need to decided what is best for the organization, situation, and employees so that they can make a change that will benefit every aspect. The main economic and social consequences are decreasing profits of an organization because of strikes, stock market changes, strikes effecting the organizations ability to operate efficiently, and employer and employee relationship changes. All of these aspects can happen due to a strike. Employers should make it a point to keep their employees happy because this will lower the chances of a strike happening. Employers can legally fill the open jobs of strikers (unless striking for unfair labor practices) with potential permanent replacements (NLRB, 2017). The NLRA prohibits the replacement of
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  • Summer '17
  • Dr. Kristen Waddell
  • National Labor Relations Act, National Labor Relations Board, Unfair labor practice, National Labor Relations Board., unfair labor, social consequences

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