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Isela PogueProfessor VineHuman Resource ManagementBUSI 342UnionizationAs a Human Resource manager, the guidelines that I would develop for supervisors tosuccessfully respond to employee questions about unionization would be to strive to be as union-free as possible. It is clear that for the past 15 years the distribution firm that I work for as aHuman Resource manager has a history of providing our employees annual COLA or meritincreases. The reason that there is talk about efforts to unionize is not due to employees beingtreated unfair, had poor salaries, or below standard healthcare benefits. The main issue here isnot a personal attack toward employees. Unfortunately, it has to do with downturns in theeconomy that have resulted in the loss of large contracts, which provided a significant portion ofthe company’s revenue. My first instinct is to reach out and explain our financial situation in