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the labor productivity of union workers exceeds the labor productivity of nonunion workers

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In some industries, the labor productivity of union workers exceeds the labor productivity of nonunion workers. Which of the following explanations might help clarify the higher productivity of union workers?;A. All of these arguments provide reasons why productivity could be higher for union workers.;B. Higher union wage rates allow companies to attract more highly skilled workers.;C. Because union wages exceed nonunion wages, union workers are less likely to quit, which leads to a more experienced work force, and the higher union wages may also encourage workers to work harder.;D. Unions may provide information to companies about how to improve operations and eliminate problems in the work environment.

 

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