Labor unions are at least as old as the industrial economies and have been subjects of debate and controversy over long periods of time. Both sides agree that a union’s objective is to advance its members interests and, therefore, exert pressures on employers for improved employment terms. However, controversy comes in when two issues become the centre of the argument (Bennet & Kaufman, 2011). First, the effects of unions that is their effect on performance, salaries and wages, welfare, and the workers. Second, involves judgment and evaluation that are; are unions beneficial for workers, are the methods they used for achieving their goals consistent, or is social welfare promoted by encouraging or discouraging unionism (Bennet & Kaufman, 2011). These arguments are the same ones facing the athletes at present and although changes are being made, there is evidence of continued opposition implying that the argument will still go on.

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