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HRM 323 Week 3 Team Assignment
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During negotiations, the union has made a proposal that overtime will be paid at time-anda-half for a minimum of 2 hours whenever it is assigned. The current contract states that
overtime is paid at time-and-a-half only for the time worked. Negotiations have been
proceeding smoothly with a give-and-take approach. The labor-management relationship
does not have a history of strikes, but the company is seeing more pressure for productivity
improvement and cost reductions, while the union is under pressure from its members to
improve the management’s respect for an individual’s personal time and home life. How
does a cooperative union-management relationship affect the negotiations concerning this
Divide the Learning Team into two groups. One group will represent the side of the union
and the other will represent management.
Questions for management:
What is the overall effect and influence of this proposal on the company?
What type of position must management take?
What alternatives may be considered to counter this proposal?
Questions for the union:
How does the union proposal help the union persuade its members that they are being
attentive to the employee concerns?
What effect would the rejection of this proposal have on the union?
What arguments can the union present to management as to the need for their proposal?
Determine the role of union-management relationships in your conclusion.
Complete a 1,050- to 1,400- word paper that includes responses from both the union and
Create a 10- to 15-slide PowerPoint® presentation to highlight Learning Team findings.
Cite at least three references in your paper. These references may include the course
textbooks, excerpts from real arbitration cases, journal articles from the University
Library, or other independently researched resources.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.