Manufacturing business will have to hire union members for its U.S. warehouse positions. It is a stipulation in their collective bargaining agreement that if the organization expands its operations, the union will represent the warehouse workers. However, one of its U.S. locations is a “right-to-work” state.
Using Bloomberg Businessweek B-School Connection resources, research right-to-work laws, and respond to the following questions:
- Briefly discuss the law that allows for right-to-work states to exist and why it was implemented.
- What does this mean for employees, and how does this differ from the union situation in non-right to work states?
- What does this mean for management and the organization in general?
- What advantages and disadvantages might there be for management and the organization?
***must be original, 400 words, 3 Bloombreg B school articles, due Sunday 1/22 at 3pm est