Unformatted text preview: express how they feel. Then, I would ask the union what is it that they feel needs to be changed or what they would like to see change. Afterwards, we will then discuss amongst everyone (employees, upper management, and supervisors) what changes can take place, which ones need company approval, and weed out the impossible changes; then we are able to come to a mutual agreement on the changes we can make and gradually make the needed changes. My responsibility to the union is to communicate openly with them, listen to any problems/complaints they may have, and compromise when possible. By bringing the union together, addressing their issues, and agree on changes that can be made shows them that the company expresses interest in their dispute and will do everything possible to rectify the problem and including some of their suggestive thoughts in the process....
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- Summer '11
- upper management, Lindsay Lohan