Duty of Employees and Company Leaders
Question - When and why are Employee (Worker’s) Unions formed?Answer - When the leaders of the company in which the employees work, begin to behave in a selfish manner, when they relationship with the workers is filled with pride and the administration is improper, when they look down upon them, and begin to behave falsely and improperly, then workers begin to develop aversion and the sentiments of vengeance is awakened in them, alongside in their minds emerges the fallacy of failure of their own selfish accomplishments. Out of greed, they begin to dream about their own benefits. Thereafter they accept the policy of “power of union, for future generations” and with the sentiments of vengeance they form Unions to exert their rights and control the management and leaders. However, one must remember that when the formation of the institution or association is based of sentiments of hatred or vengeance, the end result will never ever be peaceful and there will never be any real gains; because it is a rule that he whose foundation is based on anger and endowed with greed, its end result can never ever be beneficial for anyone.