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Mathis states that employees will form a union for two reasons “(1) they are dissatisfied with how they are treated by their employers, and (2) they believe that unions can improve their work situations” (Mathis, 2017, p. 613). If employees are beginning to consider forming a union, it shows that the workers do not think that their current accessibility to leadership is effectiveAs the Human Resources manager, I would encourage that the supervisors explain what the employees have a right to do. If the supervisors neglect to tell employees about certain rights because it may potentially cost the company more money, it will further hurt worker relations. Because of this, the supervisors should become familiar with two pieces of legislation, the Wagner Act and Taft-Hartley Act. With the Wagner Act, the supervisors can provide employees with their rights, granted by law, to form a union. From Section 7 of the act, employees have the