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Tuesday, November 30, 2004


I am researching and writing a book tentatively titled Neo-Unionism, For Unions to Survive, They Must Change-Radically. I would like your help. Any thoughts or comments regarding unions (good or bad) would be greatly appreciated. Here are a few questions I will be submitting to union leadership soon:


1. What benefits can a union bring to an employer?
2. Why shouldn’t workers have a choice between joining a union and not joining a union?
3. Should union leaders participate in managerial decision-making pertaining to Human Resources? If not, why not?
4. Should union leaders participate in or influence organizational direction, such as policy making and long-term goals? If not, why not?
5. Should unions help transition, train, or educate workers for possible promotions to managerial (non-union) positions? If not, why not?
6. Should unions help transition, train, or educate laid-off, fired, or downsized employees to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to find a new job? If not, why not?
7. Why do the majority of unions support the Democratic Party?
8. What specific tenets of the Democratic Party favor unions? Why?
9. What specific tenets of the Republican Party do not favor unions? Why not?
10. What changes have you seen in unions over the course of your involvement?
11. Why is union membership on the decline?
12. Is there still a need for unions? Why or why not?
13. What is the biggest obstacle facing a union today? Why?
14. Have unions become “big business” today? Why or why not?

Any thoughts will be helpful. Thanks.
totalkaosdave, 9:25 PM