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 Because of the economic revolution in the U.S., President William Howard Taft established the U.S. Department of Labor in 1913. Its mission was and is to promote the welfare of working people and the decency of their working conditions. By the end of World War I, the U.S. Department of Labor had established policies to ensure fair wages and decent working conditions so that employees were treated fairly (Grossman, 1973). Presently, regardless of the industry, unions are often formed because employees are dissatisfied with their jobs. Either the wages are too low or the working conditions are poor. As health expenditures continue to increase, healthcare reform will continue to focus on cost reduction within the healthcare system. As a human resource manager in healthcare, what steps or strategies can your organization take to proactively reduce the probability or likelihood of union formation? Base your answer on current research and defend your position.  Each thread must be at least 650 words and demonstrate course-related knowledge.  Each thread must include a biblical integration and at least 2 peer-reviewed source citations in current APA format in addition to the text 

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