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Please make sure these questions below are in the essay and numbered 1. Of the union strategies in Table 5.1, which ones do you think are best for the 21st-century world of work? Are some of the strategies always better, or does this depend on the environment? 2. Describe the pros and cons of union mergers for (a) two unions that represent workers in the same industry, and (b) two unions that represent workers in different industries. Should U.S. law encourage, discourage, or remain neutral on union mergers? 3. There is longstanding debate over “American exceptionalism”—the extent to which the low levels of support for unionization and a socialist movement make the United States unique among industrialized, democratic countries. There might also be a management side: American management has been exceptionally antiunion compared to managers in other countries. Why do you think this is? 4. It is almost universally accepted that labor unions, but not companies, must be democratic. Why is there this dichotomy? What does this dichotomy imply about the organizational structures and sources of power for labor unions and for corporations? 5. Employees might respond to workplace injustice in one of five ways: quitting, individual voice (such as complaining), collective voice (including forming a union), resistance (including work withdrawal such as absenteeism, reduced work effort, and work avoidance, or perhaps even sabotage), and silence. How might union strategies, managerial strategies, and the external environment shape which response an individual worker chooses? What else might affect whether workplace injustice causes an individual to support a labor union over the other options for dealing with injustice? Requirements: • The paper must be well written with proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, and references. The paper will be a minimum of 500 words. • The paper will be double-spaced using 12-point “Times New Roman” font and standard one-inch margins. The paper must be correctly formatted and documented using the 6th Edition, APA style. See Rubric for grading purposes. Novice 20 (20%) points Ideas are disjointed and/or do not flow logically; hence argument is very difficult to follow. Competent 30 (30%) points Shows a superficial understanding of the topic, argument not developed enough to articulate a position or argument that is unfocused or ambiguous. Presents evidence that is somewhat inaccurate and/or irrelevant. Proficient 40 (40%) points The student has a Research could be stronger. It is stated weakly, but is supported with facts. Shows a limited understanding of the topic, not quite a fully developed argument. Articulates a position or argument that is incomplete or limited in scope. Expert 50 (50%) points The student’s Research is well thought-out, clear, well-stated, and supported appropriately with facts. Shows a deep/robust understanding of the topic with a fully developed argument. Presents sufficient amount of evidence to support argument. APA Formatting and References– Levels of Achievement: Novice 10 (10%) points Information is not coherent, running head and page number missing. Does not meet APA Style. Competent 15 (15%) points Information is not well organized and lacking presentation. There are no running head and page numbers, conclusion. Does Not meet APA Style. Proficient 20 (20%) points Information is organized with constructed paragraphs. Lacking running head and page number. In-text citation is missing. Reference provided. Expert 25 (25%) points Information is very organized. Running head and page number. with well-constructed paragraphs. In-text citation provided. References provided. Grammar/Mechanics– Levels of Achievement: Novice 10 (10%) points Too many grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Competent 15 (15%) points A few grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Proficient 20 (20%) points Almost no grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Expert 25 (25%) points No grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Please make sure these questions below are in the essay and numbered

 

  1. Of the union strategies in Table 5.1, which ones do you think are best for the 21st-century world of work? Are some of the strategies always better, or does this depend on the environment?
  2. Describe the pros and cons of union mergers for (a) two unions that represent workers in the same industry, and (b) two unions that represent workers in different industries. Should U.S. law encourage, discourage, or remain neutral on union mergers?
  3. There is longstanding debate over “American exceptionalism”—the extent to which the low levels of support for unionization and a socialist movement make the United States unique among industrialized, democratic countries. There might also be a management side: American management has been exceptionally antiunion compared to managers in other countries. Why do you think this is?
  4. It is almost universally accepted that labor unions, but not companies, must be democratic. Why is there this dichotomy? What does this dichotomy imply about the organizational structures and sources of power for labor unions and for corporations?
  5. Employees might respond to workplace injustice in one of five ways: quitting, individual voice (such as complaining), collective voice (including forming a union), resistance (including work withdrawal such as absenteeism, reduced work effort, and work avoidance, or perhaps even sabotage), and silence. How might union strategies, managerial strategies, and the external environment shape which response an individual worker chooses? What else might affect whether workplace injustice causes an individual to support a labor union over the other options for dealing with injustice?

Requirements:

  • The paper must be well written with proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, and references. The paper will be a minimum of 500 words.
  • The paper will be double-spaced using 12-point “Times New Roman” font and standard one-inch margins.  The paper must be correctly formatted and documented using the 6thEdition, APA style. See Rubric for grading purposes.

 

Novice 20 (20%) points

Ideas are disjointed and/or do not flow logically; hence argument is very difficult to follow.

Competent 30 (30%) points

Shows a superficial understanding of the topic, argument not developed enough to articulate a position or argument that is unfocused or ambiguous. Presents evidence that is somewhat inaccurate and/or irrelevant.

Proficient 40 (40%) points

The student has a Research could be stronger. It is stated weakly, but is supported with facts. Shows a limited understanding of the topic, not quite a fully developed argument. Articulates a position or argument that is incomplete or limited in scope.

Expert 50 (50%) points

The student’s Research is well thought-out, clear, well-stated, and supported appropriately with facts. Shows a deep/robust understanding of the topic with a fully developed argument. Presents sufficient amount of evidence to support argument.

APA Formatting and References

Levels of Achievement:

Novice 10 (10%) points

Information is not coherent, running head and page number missing. Does not meet APA Style.

Competent 15 (15%) points

Information is not well organized and lacking presentation. There are no running head and page numbers, conclusion. Does Not meet APA Style.

Proficient 20 (20%) points

Information is organized with constructed paragraphs. Lacking running head and page number. In-text citation is missing. Reference provided.

Expert 25 (25%) points

Information is very organized. Running head and page number. with well-constructed paragraphs. In-text citation provided. References provided.

Grammar/Mechanics

Levels of Achievement:

Novice 10 (10%) points

Too many grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Competent 15 (15%) points

A few grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Proficient 20 (20%) points

Almost no grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Expert 25 (25%) points

No grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

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