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Wal-Mart and Union Membership
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Running Headers: Wal-Mart’s Human Resources Policies: Union Memberships Name Course Module 1) Wal-Mart opposed unionized workers for the right reasons. Wal-Mart may have more disadvantages than advantages if they allow union membership. The biggest disadvantage for Wal-Mart in allowing union membership to its employees is that it will lose its bargaining power in implementing its human resources policy.
They can put more pressure on Wal-Mart by threatening to strike, go-slow or not to obey the management. This will create havoc not only for the organization, but will also create inconvenience for the Wal-Mart customers. The only advantage of having a union is that Wal-Mart will have to consult only the union when implementing its human resource policies rather than to consult the individual workers separately. It will also ease the government’s regulations in the industry as the government would know that the trade union is there to represent the interest of workers. Another advantage of Trade Unions for Wal-Mart is that it will make sure that all the grievances and resentment of workers are heard before they become an issue and hence it will result in better employee-employer relationship which will lead to smooth functioning of the organization. Hence, we can see that although Wal-Mart enjoys certain advantages when working with unions, but these are greatly outnumbered by the disadvantages of working with unions. (Daft, 1996) 2) Employee gains a lot of advantages if they have union membership. The greatest advantage that it renders to the workers is strength in numbers. ...
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