Unionization In The Workplace

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Corporations and workers both need each other to survive, but they don’t get along very well. Corporations are trying to get the most money they can get in the most efficient way possible. Workers on the other hand, are trying to get the most compensation for the labor they supply to the corporations. This leads to conflicts between both parties resulting in a strike. Strikes are good for the common worker because they help the worker get a good deal. It’s very hard to find a job that pays a living wage, so negotiating with the corporation you already work for is a better alternative. Without unionization there would be no control. Countries like China that don’t enforce any strict labor laws allow corporations to create sweatshops. These
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