A basic requirement of unions is for members to give up their individual rights (e.g., raises based on performance) to benefit the collective (e.g., cost of living increases to all employees). Discuss your opinion on whether this is equitable and fair. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings.
Unions can be equitable and fair to all members, if they want to be! The seniority based system of unions is outdated and causes many problems. One problem is called "bumping, " essentially if you have an employee who has been at the company for 20 years and they are slated to be laid off, the employee has seniority, therefore they can "bump" in order to keep their job. Eventually, the worker who has been on the job for one year, and probably is out performing the 20 year...
Excerpt from file: DQ2 Abasicrequirementofunionsisformemberstogiveuptheirindividualrights(e.g.,raisesbasedonperformance)to benefitthecollective(e.g.,costoflivingincreasestoallemployees).Discussyouropiniononwhetherthisisequitable andfair.Respondtoatleasttwoofyourclassmates'postings. Unions can be equitable and fair to
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