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The Baseball Strike of 1994
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This 5 page report discusses the Major League Baseball strike of 1994 in the context of labor and management negotiations and the advice offered in the 1981 book “Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement without Giving in” by Roger Fisher and William Ury. Had the players’ association and the owners been willing to seriously consider and apply the principles presented in Fisher and Ury’s 1981 book, “Getting to Yes,” the publicly-aired negativity could have been lessened, the resentment might have been contained, and an equitable agreement might have been reached without the negation of an entire baseball season. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: BWstrk94.rtf

The Biases of Labor Organizations
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An 8 page overview of national labor organizations and the effect of the political environment on these organizations. Suggests that it is impossible to form an unbiased national labor organization given the varying political arena across the United States and the varying interests of those genders, races, and ethnicities which make up the membership of these organizations. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Laborg.wps

The Causes of Inequality in the Workplace
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This 10 page paper looks at whether inequalities and discrimination in the work place 'just happen' or have root causes. The paper argues the root cause can be seen as the prevalence of open and covert racism in both social and institutional forms. The bibliography cites 20 sources.
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The Color of Green - Changing the Wave of American Immigration
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A 5 page paper that argues the fact that recent attempts by the U.S. government to stem the wave of illegal immigration have proved to be futile and that the time has come to take a different approach to this growing problem. This paper focuses on the fact that the American nation was built on the concept of immigration and stresses the fact that employers who import and exploit illegal workers should absorb the full impact of government measures taken to rectify this situation. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: LCGreen.doc

The Development of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining in the United States
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This is a 10 page paper discussing the development of labor relations and collective bargaining in the United States. Collective bargaining was made possible by progressive labor relation acts which were passed beginning in the 1930s. These acts allowed for employees to bargain with their employers in regards to work conditions, job security and discrimination issues without fear of persecution by the employer, previously unheard of. With the development of the National Labor Relations Act (1935), the Taft-Hartley Act (1947), and the Landrum-Griffin Act (1959), employees were given more and more legislated support in regards to negotiations and employee rights in addition to seeing a large increase in the number of labor unions formed. After a slight downturn in the economy in the 1970s, management and the federal government were interested in an increase in employee participation in increased production and ideas in order to compete on a national and global scale. The Collective Bargaining Forum was formed in 1984 to allow unions and management to formulate guidelines which would facilitate the collective bargaining processes for the betterment of the companies overall through cooperation between the two groups. Collective bargaining was well maintained for several decades before the recent development of more aggressive negotiations which have resulted in unions threatening strikes during negotiations while management has returned with threats of replacement workers and plant closings. Critics believe that in order to overcome another downturn in the economy and the loss of the momentum of competition, the cooperative spirit which founded the initial collective bargaining agreements must be rediscovered for the betterment of all concerned. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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The Differential Strike Patterns of Korea and France
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Sonn (1997) calls Korea a late bloomer in the area of labour strikes, so it is particularly interesting that Korea labour is beginning to join the capitalist based globalisation movement to adopt flexible modern strike models, when France, the originator of the revolution, the striking of labour against the central government for better working conditions and better pay has also only recently moved in this direction. Most countries, belatedly France and Korea, have modernized their outdated labour laws. Yet, Korea is just beginning to experience what France has practiced since the 1700s, the recognition of and cooperation inherent among a working class. Until the last decade, both North and South Korea had been corporatist. Therefore, their labour patterns are undergoing the biggest, and quickest changes in the modern world. 7 references. jvKorFra.rtf
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The Effects of Long-Term Unemployment
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This 4 page paper discusses the effects of long term unemployment on mental and physical health. It also discusses the fact that after some point, most people adjust to being unemployed, and their health improves. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: HVlngtrm.rtf

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This 10-page paper examines how the Employee Free Choice Act of 2009 will have an impact on the workforce. The paper also discusses the supporters and critics of the act. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: MTfreechoi.rtf

The Family and Medical Leave Act and the Case of Kroger
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This 4 page paper looks at the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, outlines what it is and how it can be applied, explains the case of Kroger and the class action that they faced looking for the root cause before discussing more HRM challenges that companies may face. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TEFMLAkrog.rtf

The Free British Fishery Society
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This 5 page report discusses the British movement in the mid-18th century to form the Free British Fishery Society in order to reclaim deep-sea herring supremacy from the Dutch. The entire process presents people of the 21st century an opportunity to see how the patriotism, commerce, and politics of the United Kingdom worked in the 18th century. Bibliography lists one source.
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The Future Of Labor Unions In The United States
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This 7 page paper begins by stating the purpose and the research methodology for the study. The Analysis begins with statistical data regarding the decline in union membership since the 1950s with the most recent data being reported for 2003. Some demographics of union membership, industry and geographic regions are provided. Some of the many causes of declining membership are discussed as are the tactics unions are using today. The writer comments about the future of the union in the conclusion. Statistical data are included. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The History of Collective Bargaining
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This 5 page report explains that collective bargaining is when one group argues for its rights, needs, or demands from another group. It most often refers to the workplace and labor relations, negotiations between employers and employees (who are usually represented by a labor union) about terms and conditions of employment. A brief history of collective bargaining in the United States is presented. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWcolhis.rtf

The Impact of Globalization on Labor Unions: The Need for Globalized Labor Unions
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An 11 page discussion of the impacts of globalization on labor unions. Notes that as other countries advance technologically, there is a corresponding shift in union employment to further complicate the impacts to labor unions a variety of laws such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) supports multinational corporations with the elimination of excessive and taxes on exports. Consequently, U.S. unions are in danger of collapse as more and more businesses move to low income countries to take advantage of cheap labor. At the same time many of the workers in the third world countries to which big business is moving find themselves at the mercy of inadequate wages and working conditions. There are no unions to represent these people. Global unionization, the merger of unions across national borders, is the only solution to the impacts of globalization on the workplace. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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The Importance Of First-Year Union Membership
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19 pages in length. Union representation within the workforce is not as prominent as it once was; with a mere 13.5% of all 16.3 million American workers part of a union, the student might readily surmise that union affiliation – and the benefits that inherently accompany membership – is not being utilized to its fullest potential when it comes to the working population. Most prominent to whether or not union representation is beneficial for a particular trade or profession is the first-year membership; by immersing oneself into the multi-tiered union environment, workers are able to gain a significantly better understanding of just how instrumental union representation can be to future union involvement and membership satisfaction. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: TLC1stUn.rtf

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