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All the following can be a reason for employees to join unions EXCEPT ____________.
An employee’s personal need to make a difference in the work environment
Employee dissatisfaction and discomfort with existing work environment
Unions’ prospective advantages
A greater chance of joining an organization’s board of directors.
The answer can be found in Chapter 1 of BUS 303: Human Resource Management, in the section “Unions
and Labor Relations.” There are three primary reasons why employees join unions. The first reason can
be attributed to employee dissatisfaction and discomfort with the currently existing work environment—
including working conditions, compensation systems, and management and supervision methods. The
second reason originates in an employee’s personal need to make a difference in the work environment
or the industry as a whole. Finally, the third reason employees join unions is because they recognize
unions’ prospective advantages.
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