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Workers formed labor unions because they wanted better pay, better working conditions, and benefits for their labor.

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Why were us workers forced to form labor unions?

They were not FORCED to. A fraction of US workers did so voluntarily after it became legal. Most US workers have never been in unions.


Why do workers join trade unions?

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Why management can't form unions?

(in the US) There ARE so-called "company unions." They are associations of workers loyal to their employer who refuse or resist the organization attempts of labor unions.


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The National Labor Relations Act or Wagner Act of 1935 increased membership in labor unions. The act guaranteed the right of workers to form unions.


Why did attempts in the late 1800s to form labor unions fail?

The attempts failed because there were no laws giving workers the right to organize or requiring owners to negotiate with them. And the courts frequently ruled that the strikes were "Conspiracies in restraint of trade," for which labor leaders might be fined or jailed.


Why did workers form labor unions during the Great Depression?

because they were depressed and wanted to get their mind into something so they started striking.


Why did the union form in the late 1800s?

Unions formed in the late 1800s because of unsafe working conditions. The factory workers wanted safer working conditions, shorter hours, and more pay


What did industrial workers do to improve their workers and living conditions?

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Why did the factory workers begin to form labor unions?

So that they could limit or get rid of the child labor. Also, it gives workers job security. and they eat a lot of food, which is good because everyone needs food in their life.


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