posted by Frances on .
which of these is most likely favored by both management of labor?
a. an increase in wages
b.cutbacks in health coverage due to rising health care costs
c. establishment of a profit sharing plan
d. guarantees against layoffs
e. new work rules to increase output
i think the answer is a are b but i want to go with a
I don't know of any employers who want to increase wages. I know of no employees who want to give up some of their health care package.
You're batting 0 with your answer guesses.
ok i'm reading my binder and i'm not understanding. but i 'm going to say d becausenoone want to get layed off
Employers wouldn't willingly agree to a no-layoff policy. If their sales drop, they will have to lay off staff since they don't need as many goods to sell.
A profit-sharing plan is favored by both employees and employers. It gives the employees a small percentage of the profits the company makes. It gives the employees a vested interest in the company and encourages them to work harder and smarter to increase profits