Three Basic Assumptions Underlying U.S. Labor Relations

Questions/Business/ManagementThree Basic Assumptions Underlying U.S. Labor Relations
There are 3 basic assumptions underlying the labor relations process in the U.S (Labor Relations 10th Edition). To what extent do you agree or disagree with these assumptions? Does your response differ depending on whether you think about the question from the perspective of an employer or an employee?
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