Business Law Today (17)6, 27. Retrieved August 16, 2008, from University of Phoenix Online Library, ProQuest Database, (Document ID: 1527868671). Tomkies, M. C. (2008, Jul/Aug). Regulating the subprime market: Finding the right balance. Business Law Today (17) 6, 21.
The Changing Workplace and Its Effects. THE JOURNAL OF APPLIED BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE, 44(2), 215-236. doi:10.1177/0021886307312771 Hearst Seattle Media, LLC. (2011). Leadership & Effective Change Initiatives. Retrieved from http://blog.seattlepi.com University of Phoenix.
Running Head: VERIZON AND THE CWA Verizon and the CWA Brian M. Barton University of Phoenix Verizon and the CWA In this paper I will discuss Verizon and its affiliation with the Communication Workers of America (CWA) union. I will begin by providing a brief description of the company. I will discuss the legal issues that Verizon could encounter in its day-to-day operations including the specific laws that could be broken due to these issues. I will end by discussing Verizon’s involvement in the CWA and the benefits and in general operations of all unions. According to Verizon, the company was formed by the merger Bell Atlantic Corporation and GTE Corporation on June 30, 2000 (¶ 1).
Unions' Past May Hold Key to their Future. The New York Times Company. Retrieved September 23, 2012, from http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/18/business/economy/unions-past-may-hold-key-to-their-future.html?pagewanted=all&_moc.semityn.www Sherk, James. (2012, January 3). The Union Difference: A Primer On What Unions Do To The Economy.
1. Choose two of the following and discuss their importance and impact on the U.S. labor movement: Wagner Act (NLRA): This act is was greatly impacted on the labor relations. This act was to protect not only the employees of the company but the employer as well. The importance of this act was that it granted workers the right to form unions and bargain collectively. ( www.nlrb.gov) With this being, workers could negotiate with management.
There are three main ways that employees can unionize. The employees can begin the organization themselves, they can request organization by a union, or they may be targeted by local or international unions because of their desire to organize (Cascio, 2010). Once these first steps are completed the employees must sign authorization cards acknowledging that the union will represent them. Then a bargaining unit must be created (decided upon) which will be the employees whom have the right to vote on issues. Community interests are used to decide on issues as these interests are comprised of like employees (same hours, pay,
Retrieved August 30, 2008, from http://countrystudies.us/united-statres/economy.htm Website provided by the government of the United States it discusses the past economy and the recent economy with discussion by professionals on the matter. Using this website will make me understand how this country runs the economy. Whalen, E. (2002). A Guided Tour of the United States Economy. Published by Greenwood Publishing Group.
Week 6 Learning Team Assignment – Corporate CEO Memorandum in re SOX Cynthia Cervantes, Myphuong Le, Karl Limpin, Laura Semmler, Cezner Velez Business Law 531 University of Phoenix Dr. Maurice Rosano, MBAM, JD June 19, 2009 |AeroTech |8975 San Diego Ave. | | |San Diego, CA 92487 | | |Phone: 619-845-5892 Fax: 619-845-5893 | | |E-Mail: info@Aertech.com
This paper will also observe the effect of changes in employee relations strategies, policies, and practices on performance. Last, the paper discusses the question of if unions are still valid in the United States. Define union and labor relations and their impact on organization The definition
Wednesday, January 25: An Introduction to Social Problems * ““What’s Wrong with Declaring War on Social Problems?” by Joel Best in SPR (pg. 13). * “Keyword: Power” by Steven Lukes on Blackboard Friday, January 27: Social Research – Studying Social Problems * “Doing Social Research” by W. Lawrence Neuman on Blackboard. WEEK FOUR Monday, January 30: A Brief Overview of Culture * “Components of Culture” on