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Workers fear joining such groups because they think that they are being “witch-hunted.” Most people doubt upcoming groups, consequently, they may not give their true views. Other workers may fear retributions of the law, employer policy, and in a worst case-scenario, job loss. Other workers fear that the group does not guarantee them a thing just like the usual union and therefore and have no hope in it. Some people fear that unions use their dues unfairly and they do not deliver on their promised negotiations. The dilemma facing the group is the lack of knowledge and vital information of many people. This implies that the group will have to educate the people on their rights, help them to support the organization. This will help them to have a bargaining power over individual voices and thus push for a common agenda as laid out by the philosophy of communitarianism.
The objectives of this group will be to give people a chance to communicate their problems at the work place. The members (workers) will vote for a negotiating committee. This committee will collect and evaluate the needs of the workers, and what they want from the management and the union. The group will negotiate a contract for better wages, working conditions, and benefits. The contracts will only be approved if a majority of the workers assents it. The group hopes that there will be an improvement with every upcoming contract. The other objective will be uniting workers for a common goal, and helping them to make their lives better through good wages.
In conclusion, this group seeks to unite individual voices with the same beliefs, values, and goals for the sake of having a higher bargaining power. In this age of capitalism, individuals stand to lose but they can win a case if they unite under a unified group. Every person willing to join this group should know that information and cooperation is the key to social change.
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