It’s well established that unionized workers earn better wages and have better benefits than their non-union counterparts.
Many of us have had the misfortune of working in a toxic workplace.
We generally believe that it is a good thing to have strong relationships with the people we work for and those we manage. Organisations and leaders do many things to cultivate this: retreats, one-on-one meetings, lunches, coaching – to name a few. But good relationships at work can also lead to unethical behaviour.
Imagine that your boss Ethan calls you into his office.