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In recent years, uninon have begun to include in their [#permalink]
20 Jul 2005, 06:21
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In recent years, uninon have begun to include in their demands at the collective bargaining table requests for contract provisions which give labour an active voice in determining the goals of a corporation. Although it cannot be denied that labour leaders are highly skilled administrators, it must be recognized that their primary loyalty is and must remain to their membership, not to the corporation. Thus, labour participation in corporate management decisions makes about as much as_____________________________________
The author;s reasoning leads to the further conclusion that
A) the authority of corporate manegrs would be symbolically undermined if labour leaders were allowed to participate in corporate planning
B) workers have virtually no idea of how to run a large corporation
C)workers would not derive any benefit from hearing the goals of corporate management explained to them at semiannual meetings
D) the efficiency of workers would be lowered if they were to divide their time between production line duties and management responsibilities
E) allowing labour a voice in corporate decisions would involve labour representatives ina coflict of interest
Yeah answer is e. But why? can somebody explain it...I thought its A:(
No where in the passage it is mentioned that the authority of coporate managers will be undermined, so 'A' cannot be concluded. Since the passage says that the union's primary loyality is to their membership and not to the coporation, 'E' can be concluded