Trade unions, Managerial Economics

TRADE UNIONS

Trade unions are workers' organizations whose objective is to protect the interests of their members.

Functions

i.       To bargain on behalf of their members for better pay and working conditions.

ii.      To persuade the government to pass legislation in favour of the working class.

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