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A business and its workers are in conflict. The business wants to keep pay and benefits the same, while workers want pay to increase. Who must they meet with to decide what to do? A. AMA B. AFT C. NLRB D. AFL-CIO
A business and its workers are in conflict. The business wants to keep pay and benefits the same, while workers want pay to increase. To decide what to do they must meet with the: NLRB.
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