Disadvantages of trade unions-human resource management, HR Management

Disadvantages of trade unions

  • they sometimes encourage inefficiency by forcing employers to employ or retain unnecessarily large numbers of employees.
  • through force, trade unions can coerce the workers to support the "unions" opinion by joining strikes which affect production.
  • a powerful union of workers in a particular industry can through unreasonable demand for wages not only secure higher wages but may induce workers in other industries to make similar demands though unreasonable.
  • through political leanings, the workers can be misguided to achieve the trade unionists political motives.

 

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