A corporate campaign is like a reputation hostage taking, for private equity companies. With this tactic, unions do all they can to destroy the public perception of the private equity company, spreading misinformation and using political sway to dramatically alter the company’s reputation.
The National Labor Relations Act has been enacted to protect the rights of employers and employees. The act curtails certain management and private sector labor practices that harm business, economy, and the welfare of workers.
Labor relations can make or break an organization. Great labor relations will make a business successful in the long run. A good understanding between employees and employers is important to reduce industrial disputes.
While every company is, of course, unique, there are labor relations that seem to come up at businesses across a wide spectrum of sizes, types, and industries. Handling these labor relations problems effectively and successfully can make all the difference in the longevity of your company, your employee satisfaction, and any union avoidance initiatives you are undertaking. Happy employees are supported by strong labor relations, and that keeps everyone secure and successful.
It seems like our society has struggled with the issue of racism (and any other “ism” you want to throw in there) since the beginning of time. For as much advancement as we’ve experienced we are still struggling to come up with an answer to the old Rodney King question “Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?”