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work they will be less likely to try and unionize. “Employers can and should talk to employees about why they think the workplace can do without the union. Emphasize the policies, practices and culture that are already in place that make your company a great place to work. Let your employees hear your side of the story so that they can make an educated decision about how bringing a union into the workplace will affect them. The bottom line is that if you communicate openly and honestly with employees and your workplace is truly one that fosters good employee relations with fair and consistent policies and practices, employees should find little value in union representation.” References: Jackson, J.H., Mathis, R.L., Meglich, P.A., Valentine, S.R. (2019). Human Resource Management (16th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. Retrieved from: Developing employees. (2019). Society for Human Resource Management . Retrieved from - qa/pages/preventunionorganization.aspx

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