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BUSI 342Unionization can be good or bad. In this situation we see that this unionization was formed due to the fact that they are trying to get back their annual COLA and merit increases. Now, some employees may have been with the company for 15 years so thiscan be an absolute shock to them. When this problem occurred, we must remember that we should act as God did and bring glory to his name.From a human resources manager position this would be an extremely difficult situation.The reason it would be so difficult is it wasn't self inflicted pain to the company, but rather the economy took a hit which affected this company. Moving forward, the first step I would take would be is giving guidelines to my supervisors. The first guideline I would give them would be to listen to the people first. I find that when someone is emotional and you listen to them that they eventually calm down and begin to talk more professional. Next, after they let their employees get whatever they need to off of their chest, the supervisors would let the employees know that the company is trying to fix this problem and as soon as they do we will let them know the solution. I would also instruct my supervisor to professionally announce that if they didn't want to wait for an answer that they could leave the company and move on and still use us as a reference without any repercussions.In an article I read called, "'Developmental talk' as confession: The role of trade unions in workplace governance" talks about how unionization is increasing but not for the rightreasons and are abusing their power (Rodin, 2016). Typically unionization is more of like a rebel group and it's because they aren't getting what they want, but once they do they abuse it like in this article.The second article I read by Hipp and Givan called "What Do Unions Do? A Cross-National Reexamination of the Relationship between Unionization and Job Satisfaction" described unionization as unhealthy as well. The authors stated that job quality would go down when the employees felt that they were not being treated fairly or paid enough (Hipp & Givan, 2015).1 John 4:20-21 says, "If anyone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; forhe who does not love his brother whom he has seen cannot love God whom he has not seen. And this commandment we have from him: whoever loves God must also love his brother." This is such an important verse to remember in todays society where there is so much chaos and corruption. But, the amazing thing is that God is in control of our