Unit VII: Case Study 6
RECOGNIZING AND AVOIDING UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES
LE HANG LUU- ID 224703
COLUMBIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
This case shows the readers about the ramifications of unfair labor practices within the workplace, as well as provides information to management about these unfair labor practices. It also shows different scenarios in which unfair labor practices might be at play. This case also points out some detail information on what managers and supervisors should do when faced with situations that involved unfair labor practices, or have the potential to involve unfair labor practices in any way. This is an ethical case that clarifies the ethical breaches involved with unfair labor practices as well as the myriad of unfavorable repercussions that managers and organizations can receive for engagement in unfair labor practices.
The main point of this case is that unfair labor practices are illegal acts by supervisors, managers, or other organizational leaderships, that need to avoid all the time without any costs.
In addition, managers should be well aware that the Department of Labor might investigate such breaches of labor practice statutes, and these investigations will be very disturbing in order to make determinations as to whether or not there are any unfair labor practices taking place within a notified organization. It is important that managers are educated as to what practices are deemed unfair and use this knowledge in order to maneuver clear of any situation that could possibly be regarded as an unfair labor practice. Last but not least, unfair labor practices come in a variety of forms and management should be well aware of every form of unfair labor practice.
One of the best methods to avoid unfair labor practices from taking place within an organization is thoroughly educate both management and employees on...