PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION… Please find a recent news story on the Employee Free Choice Act. How might this affect union membership? Is this good or bad for workers and employers? Why?
A recent story that I found was in Staten Island, New York involving Amazon workers. Warehouse workers cast 2,654 votes in favor of the union which then gave the Amazon worker union a victory. I believe that this does affect union membership. If anything, this would make union memberships increase. This makes it easier for someone to join a union membership if they wanted to. I believe that this is good and bad for both workers and employers. Union memberships affect both employers and employees, whether good or bad. Employee’s rights will be protected and do not have to endure secret balloting. This can be bad for employers because they could feel as if the union has taken charge and they have no control. This can cause major problems and lead to financial loss and potential lawsuits.
PLEASE RESPOND TO THE QUESTION BELOW… A current news report about the Employee Free Choice Act can be found here. What impact might this have on union membership? Is this beneficial to employees and employers? Why?
THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXAMPLE…
I recently came upon a story about Amazon employees in Staten Island, New York. Warehouse workers voted 2,654 times in support of the union, resulting in a triumph for the Amazon employee union. This, I believe, has an impact on union membership. This would, if anything, increase union membership. This makes it easy for someone who wants to join a union to do so. This, I feel, is both beneficial and terrible for both employees and employers. Union membership has a positive or negative impact on both companies and employees. Employee’s