Labor laws in the United States protect the rights of employees to join together for the purpose of collective bargaining with their employer. You are the HR director of a home care agency. You have been informed about representatives of a union visiting employees' homes and contacting clients (the individuals using the agency services) for the purpose of discussing wages and working conditions. The chief executive officer (CEO) of the agency has been contacted by a local legislator asking if she can be of any assistance relative to the contact of the agency with the union.
The CEO calls a meeting of senior agency management and asks for your advice on how to address the situation. You contact your labor attorney for advice. Together, you develop a response to the union organizing campaign. What are the important issues you must address in your meeting with your senior management team? Should the CEO enter into any dialogue with the local legislature? Why, or why not?
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