Discussion 3-Unionization

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Discussion 3, Chapter 22-Collective bargaining, unionization, and employment laws

Unionization

Instructions:

1.Do you have a union where you work?

o Is it an open or closed shop?

o Are you supportive of the union – in other words, did you want to join or were you given a chance to join and you declined?

o Do you feel like the union is beneficial? Or do you feel the union is a waste of time and money?

2.What do you think the purpose of a union is?

3.In a right to work state like Florida, do you think the unions have a bigger responsibility to protect workers, or is the union less powerful because of these laws?

o If you are unsure about what “right to work” means then look up the meaning.

4.Answer the questions as thoroughly and concisely as possible.

a.Be sure to reference any works that you utilize in answering the questions (Be sure that references are in APA format).

5.Please respond to at least one (1) of your classmate’s posting.

6.View rubric for grading.

The rubric is as follows:

1)Has two postings-one answering the question (s) & one commenting classmate’s posting.

2) Directly and completely answered the question (s)

3) Clearly and accurately explained your response to your classmate (agree/disagree)

4) Comment exceeds the minimum of “I agree” or “Good work.”

The book we are using for this course is :

Title: Leadership Roles and Management Functions in Nursing

Authors: Bessie L. Marquis & Carol J. Huston

Edition: 9th ed. (2017)

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer

ISBN: 978-1496349798

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