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attend meetings on company premises to hear presentations opposing the union, this too hinders production. 3.Should the NLRB require union organizer access to the workplace as a quid pro quo for an employer demanding an election rather than agreeing to a card check, thereby gaining a delay in the outcome? Yes, the NLRB should require union organizer access to the workplace as a quid pro quo, especially if the employer required employees to attend meetings to listen to their opposition of unionizing. This levels the playing field and possibly increases employer employee relations. 4.Do employers have an unfair tactical advantage in union organizing situations? 5.
Is an adversarial relationship necessary for successful organizing and permanent unionizing for an employer’s establishment? An adversarial relationship is not necessary for successful organizing and permanent unionizing. Although, employers and unions areon opposites sides, they both will benefit when they improve their relationship. The