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Running Head: LABOR MARKET RELATIONS ACT 1 Labor Market Relations Act Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation
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LABOR MARKET RELATIONS ACT 2 Introduction The Labor Market Relations Act, just like any law, mediates on the relationship between employing entities, workers, the government, and trade unions. Therefore, as a collective, relations to the core tripartite relationships among the union, employee, and employer, the Labor Market Relations Act is a concern with the contracts of work and considers the employment principles as social norms. Despite the main objectives linked to LMRA, several repealing acts have argued that NLRB certification procedures are cumbersome, thus calls for readjustment, or rather the unions would be better off without the action. The National Labor Relations Board, as an independent federal agency, is vested to the primary powers to safeguard the rights of employees regardless of the bargaining representatives. Concerns are raised on why groups should repeal LMRA ( Naidu, Posner & Weyl, 2018). Therefore, the rest of this essay discusses what will happen if LMRA is repealed with a specification to the formation of the union and the terms and conditions of employment for employees. The Formation of the Union If the labor laws discussed under LMRA are repealed, the formation of unions will be subject to the pressure of the market and align their incentives closer to the employees and employers. Difficulties in the creation of labor unions will be minimal, with stronger laws aiming
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