List and discuss three U. laws that support collective bargaining, and three examples of employer unfair labor practices.

List and discuss three U.S. laws that support collective bargaining, and three examples of employer unfair labor practices. 

Include and discuss [showing relevance or applicability] at least one reference found in our text, along with a current web-based news item/magazine article about each of those laws. 

Pick any two of the three examples of employer unfair labor practices you’ve listed and include and discuss [showing relevance or applicability] at least one reference found in our text, along with a current web-based news item/magazine article about one and a current web-based news item/magazine article about the other of the two examples of employer unfair labor practices you’ve chosen. 

Write succinct and complete [individual] summaries on the contents of each of the articles you’ve provided along with your critical comments about each article. Support your findings with referenced research. (80 points)

Describe the process of establishing and decertifying a collective bargaining unit in the workplace. 

Include and discuss [showing relevance or applicability] at least one reference found in our text, along with a current web-based news item/magazine article about any part of the process of establishing a union. 

Include and discuss [showing relevance or applicability] at least one reference found in our text, along with a current web-based news item/magazine article about the decertification process, proceeding, or action. 

Write succinct and complete [individual] summaries on the contents of each of the articles you’ve provided along with your critical comments about each article. Support your findings with referenced research. (40 points)

Describe the process of administering a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) to include the role and function of an arbitrator. What are the issues, and how are they handled? 

Include and discuss [showing relevance or applicability] at least one reference found in our text, along with a current web-based news item/magazine article about a CBA being implemented. 

Include and discuss [showing relevance or applicability] at least one reference found in our text, along with a current web-based news item/magazine article about an arbitrator or a labor relations-related arbitration action. 

Write succinct and complete [individual] summaries on the contents of each of the articles you’ve provided along with your critical comments about each article. Support your findings with referenced research. (40 points)

NOTE:

At least 75% of the verbiage in your offering for each question must be in your own words. Up to 25% can be the words of others taken from either the text or from the articles you used in support of your offering. You may paraphrase (which is taking the words of others and restating them in your own words – see http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/02/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.), or you may quote the words of others as long as you give proper credit (seeMLA below). Be careful not to plagiarize which is using the words of others and presenting them as your own. Any verbiage presented in your offering that is not properly cited or given appropriate credit will be deemed as you presenting those words as your own.

You may upload your fully completed Research Assignment to the Course Home Research Assignment assignment as a single file at any time, but in order for you to receive any credit whatsoever it must be posted not later than midnight (CST) on Sunday, of Unit 6. 

I want to make sure we are absolutely clear on this, so there are no misunderstandings down the line. Last minute emergencies, technological problems (computer crashes), etc. will not be grounds for me to give you any more time than the time you have now to do get the assignment uploaded. Be sure to back up and save a copy of your Assignment in case you or we experience technical problems.

Assignments must be uploaded as a single file attachment (no multiple files will be accepted) as either a Word document (.doc, .docx, or .rtf file formats only – do not send in any other Word format), or if you are using another word-processing program I will be able to accept any filesaved in Rich Text Format (.rtf) format. No other file formats will be accepted for credit.

The file name for your assignment must be name as follows: 

Your First name Your Last Name MG420 Research Assignment.[file extension]

Example: John Smith MG420 Research Assignment.doc

This is a 400-level (senior level) class ~~ I expect at least 400-level (senior level) work. You will be graded on what you submit (see grading rubric).

Questions MUST be numbered and restated in their entirety at the top of each page and each question should have its own page(s) devoted to it ~~do not run question 1 into question 2 on the same page. Bottom line — go out of your way to make your assignment easy to read and to grade!You can unnecessarily lose valuable points on this assignment by not following these formatting requirements – please do not let that happen to you.See the Sample Research Format document located in Files.

The assignment must be completed following the Modern Language Association (MLA) Documentation Style (seehttp://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.). Note that you must use parenthetical citations and you must include full URLs in your citations. You must reference your work for all questions~~ I’m not interested in hearsay. When citing the course text, a simple reference to “course text” or “Labor Relations” and the applicable page numbers will suffice.

Be sure to include COMPLETE URL for any articles you are using in support of each paper. You should test and retest the URL to be sure that I can see what you want me to see. Sending a complete and active URL is your responsibility. If I cannot see your article, you will not receive credit for that article. Note: Sometimes when using electronic or web-based library databases the web site and/or URL you locate requires one to sign up and log in to see the article. I do not wish to have to do this so, it may become necessary to copy and paste the contents of the article onto a separate page in your word processing program (such as Microsoft Word). Check and re-check the URL you provide to make sure I can see what you want me to see.

When writing your papers, be sure to include applicable excerpts from the article (in quotes and referenced) that you use in support of your statements.

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