Unions and Management Survey Statistics at Survelum Public Data Bank
|Data collected: 18 survey responses|
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|41 and over||(1; 6%)|
Highest level of education?
|Some High School||(3; 17%)|
|High School Diploma||(1; 6%)|
|In College||(12; 67%)|
|College Degree||(1; 6%)|
|Masters' Degree||(0; 0%)|
During your educational career, how often did you encounter subject matter that dealt with labor unions or strikes? Please list any courses or occurances you can recall.
What is your religious affiliation?
What is your political affiliation?
How familiar are you with the concepts of organized labor or labor unions?
|Very Familiar||(5; 28%)|
|Somewhat Familiar||(5; 28%)|
|Vaguely Familiar||(3; 17%)|
|I do not know anything about organized labor or labor unions||(4; 22%)|
Please explain any experiences you have had in dealing with labor unions in your life, first hand or otherwise.
Do you feel that labor unions have had a profound effect on the history and progression of employment in America?
|Yes, I feel that unions have had an incredibly large impact on employment||(8; 44%)|
|Yes, I feel that labor unions have had some impact on employment||(9; 50%)|
|No, I feel that labor unions have had no effect on the progression of employment||(0; 0%)|
|Not upset||(1; 6%)|
Do you feel that unions in workplaces give employees a significant voice in the way management makes important decisions?
Do you feel that bargaining with management could be achieved without the presence of a union?
|No, Unions are an integral part of employee - employer relations and without them, management would ignore employees||(4; 22%)|
|Maybe, it all depends on the feelings and beliefs of management and employees||(13; 72%)|
|Yes, unions beliefs and demands interfere with communications between employees and employers||(0; 0%)|
|Greater than 60%||(1; 6%)|
White Collar Work
White collar jobs are are considered jobs where work usually does not involve manual labor. Are you currently employed in a field of work that is considered white collar?
Do you view labor unions as a thing of the past or perhaps as a hindrance to further development in the world of work?
|Yes, labor unions are no longer relevent to the working world||(4; 22%)|
|Somewhat, labor unions are not as important as they once were||(11; 61%)|
|No, labor unions are vital to the progression of the working world||(2; 11%)|
Do you feel that employee concerns and grievances are adequately responded to without the presense of a union?
Recall a time when you were involved in a disagreement with a superior at work. Do you feel as if you had a chance to explain your side of the story?
Do you feel that strikes and work stoppages are fair tools used by unions to gain leverage?
|Yes, I feel that strikes are an extremely effective way to gain leverage||(5; 28%)|
|Maybe, only if a strike is the last resort||(11; 61%)|
|No, strikes only cause more problems in the bargaining process||(1; 6%)|
Recall a time that you were affected by striking workers. Did you feel as though the strike had purpose? How was your life affected by this strike?
Do you feel that the strength of organized labor has been hurt by the rise in service oriented and white-collar jobs?
Many white collar professions remain unorganized. Do you think that this large, unorganized portion of the workforce can lead to the end of organized labor and unions?
|Not Checked||(1; 6%)|
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