At one point, unions were the dominant force in American industry. Moreover, they held an often-controlling force on the US political and social fabric. Today, that no longer holds true as less than seven percent of US private-sector workers belong to a union. In the following discussion question, discuss the principle reasons that union membership has fallen so precipitously in the United States, along with how the nature of the human resource profession has changed because of the diminishing power and influence of unions in the economic, political, and societal institutions of the United States.
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