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To my understanding one of the reason why people think union are needed is because of protection There is enough government regulation that projects employees from being taken advantage of The EECO is valuable to help employees Every employee has the right to go to the EECO if they think that their company is not treating them well So therefore the EECO is also the voice of an employee I think unions are there toprotect the lazy or incompetent employees who do not want to work hard There is a word my dad used to say to me when I was little girl He says power tends to corrupt now I believe it because they have too much of power to be greedy and selfish They make the hard working non-union members look stupid They take job from the competent employees and the ones that are not working hard are promoted or rank higher because of seniority I really do not think that it is fair for the non-union members to be taken advantage of People are force to join the union If you do not join the union you cant get a job Joining the union should be by choice and not by force The time that unions are needed is gone They are causing lots of problems in todays work force They are now openly involved in politicsand the union also made the labor law to be rewrite in their favor Those lazy employees that think they need union dont even know how their money is being spent and what they do with it Union collect money from workers in the form of dues fees eg All the money they are collecting is for their own personal use If people think union are there to help employees why are they not doing it for free My guy friend told me how he has being paying the union for 3 years When it was
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