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As you think more about justice and equity at Swazzi, you try to put yourself in the employees' shoes and understand how they see the situation. To test your view of equity, consider the following situation: Mike works 40 hours in receiving. He has been with the company for 10 years and receives a generous set of benefits due to his union membership including vision, dental, life insurance, and educational support. Sean also works in receiving, has been with the company 1 year, is currently not a union member, and only receives the company-mandated health insurance coverage.

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