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Click to edit Master subtitle style Introduction to Labor Relations 1/10/2011
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Click to edit Master subtitle style How much does the average  Broadway Stagehand make per  How do you explain this?
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Definitions Please… l Labor union l Collective bargaining l Strike l Union drive 
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Why do employees form unions  in the first place? What is in it for them?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Why do employers seek to  avoid unionization?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Positive and negative views of  labor unions Protecting Coal Miners in KY The White Flu in NY http://video.foxnews.com/v/4486271/union-slowdown-during-n
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Click to edit Master subtitle style How common are unions in the  What percentage of US workforce (private sector) is  unionized?
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Union membership as a % of the nonagricultural  labor force, 1930-2002
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Click to edit Master subtitle style If unions are so rare…then why  should managers (you) study  Why US based?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Traditional Assumption in  Management  Unions are a competitive  disadvantage
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