Union Boss Resists Unionization By His Employees

One of my posts which is quite often looked at is one on unions I did back in June of 2009. It is entitled Why Unions are Bad for Companies, Employees and Customers. In this post I quote a Hertiage Foundation study on the effects of unions. SomeĀ of the results from What Unions Do: How …

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Private vs Public vs Federal Unions: Weighing in On Wisconsin

If you have read any of my blogs on unions you know I am not a fan at all. They don’t fit with the way I was raised, so I would not belong to one. I also feel they have lived past their usefulness, however, at one time they did have their very valid reason …

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Backdoor Cardcheck: Is This A Precursor to NLRB Actions?

In what is being called “backdoor cardcheck” by opponents and “fairness” by proponents the National Mediation Board instituted a change in the union representation election process that will make it easier for unions to organize airlines under the Railway Labor Act. Currently in a representation election under the RLA people in the proposed bargaining unit …

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Carnival of HR: Mid-April Edition

Well some how I missed it.. But upon finding it I wanted to point it out to you. The “Not So Corporate HR Carnival” was published at the ImSoCorporate blog site. The topics of the 30 blogs posted cover the gamut from social media to workplace humor and songs about work. In between are posts …

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