Obtain a chart of the administrative organization from where you work.
If it is in a hospital, it should cover from the CEO down through the middle management or equivalent if it is another type of business.
If it is a small business and you cannot locate a chart, then make a chart showing the relationship of the employees and the person in charge, or possibly an owner of the business.
Scan the chart and save the file.
Attach the chart and then describe the organization with the terms that are introduced in Chapter 12.
If you work within the structure, describe the functionality of the system and any other observations you would like to add.
Do you have a union where you work?
Is it an open or closed shop?
Are you supportive of the union – in other words, did you want to join or were you given a chance to join and you declined?
Do you feel like the union is beneficial? Or do you feel the union is a waste of time and money?
What do you think the purpose of a union is?
In a right to work state like Florida, do you think the unions have a bigger responsibility to protect workers, or is the union less powerful because of these laws?
If you are unsure about what “right to work” means then look up the meaning.
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