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Written Assignment HRMT 413
One of the most hotly debated subjects in labor relations today is that of 'Right to Work' laws. It's time to do some deeper research and take a position on this controversial issue. In a narrative, do the following:
1. What is the history of 'Right to Work' laws? Where did they come from? Who proposed them and why? Has their purpose or effect changed since original inception?
2. Accurately summarize both sides of the 'Right to Work' debate. What exactly is each side arguing, and what are the defenses to the claims of their opponents?
3. Articulate your own opinion on this issue. Are 'Right to Work' laws ethically sound? Are they good for unions? Good for employers? Good for employees? If one or more of these stakeholders are disadvantaged, how? Do the benefits of these laws outweigh the costs? Why or why not?
4. What is your prediction for 'Right to Work' laws in America? Currently, the country is divided more or less 50:50 in terms of states with and without such laws. Will they become the new norm? Or will they regress and be repealed in the states that have enacted them? Defend your predictions with sound reasoning.
This assignment should at a minimum contain 1,000 words of content (double spaced) and should be in APA format including a properly formatted cover page (abstracts are optional) and a reference page with at least three (3) NEW references ("new" here means references that you have not already used in previous assignments in this course). With all assignments, include properly formatted in-text citations within the body of your work for each of your listed references so the reader can ascertain your original thoughts or ideas as well as the portion of your work that is credited to credible sources. This assignment uses Turn It In for originality verification.
Submit the weekly written assignment as an MS Word attachment (.doc or .docx format). A recommended font is 12pt Times New Roman.