Doncouse_Jeremy_Week6

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GMFC Attitude Survey 1 Running head: GMFC ATTITUDE SURVEY Results of the GMFC Survey both from a management and union perspective. Jeremy Doncouse Mountain State University
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GMFC Attitude Survey 2 Abstract When firms and unions agree to work productively together and share information they will often use those conditions to their own advantage and try to exploit the other. It is in each one’s best interest to find common ground, yet as in this case, the results of a survey on the attitudes of the workers can be beneficial to both sides. Management can see that pay is high, work is pleasant, co-workers are easy to get along with, and turnover is low. The union can see that promotions are lacking, and workers do not really like their supervisors. Each has a valid point and will try to even out the discrepancies.
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GMFC Attitude Survey 3 Results of the GMFC Survey both from a management and union perspective. A member of management could glean some useful information out of the results of the survey. It seems that there are areas in which the firm has done well to satisfy the workers. Pay rated 53 in Central City while the total was only 50. This means that pay is relatively high and appreciated at Central City. In negotiations with the union management can point out how much
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