Union Effects in Employee Performance and HRM Policies
Ali Soylu* and Preeti Singh
Journal Title:Ergonomics International Journal
This paper specifically studies union effects on the performance and productivity of the employee and on various Human Resource Management policies by examining the role of labor unions in the workplace. It analyses both negative and positive aspects of the unionism however it concludes that there are more positive effects of unions on productivity and management. It also attempts to analyze the positive effect of the unions on productivity and the overall impact on the management policies and on various management functions like controlling, planning, and organizing. We make comparison between unionized and non unionized organization by analyzing the effects on productivity and management. We also analyze the importance and roles of unions in organizations to remain competitive in the global environment.