Explore how changes in legislation, as well as changes in modern society, have affected the labor-management relationship compared to the 20th century.
Evaluate how changes in legal protections for public sector unions have altered the working conditions labor faces.
Provide specific examples into how and why some may believe unions have become too powerful.
Evaluate how changes in societal perspectives of the labor-management relations have altered the working conditions labor faces.
Provide specific examples as to how and why this may have minimized the perceived need for unions in many public sector settings.
Evaluate how changes in leadership have affected the manner in which employers make labor management decisions in modern organizations.
Provide examples to illustrate your point.
Analyze how changes in laws related to compensation, benefits, and working conditions (including safety) have affected the perceived need for union bargaining. Use examples to illustrate your argument.
Length of paper: 57 typed, double-spaced pages, not including the title page, references, and if included, an abstract.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.