Left unresolved, employee frustration often leads to unionization. Employee discontent, including a perceived need for protection from the caprice of management and for a voice which can effectively advocate the employee’s point of view are the issues on which the union organizer focuses. However, when employees are convinced that management accords them a fair deal, these union appeals are both unnecessary and ineffective. Nothing frustrates and eliminates union organization efforts more effectively than employee contentment. In such situations the need for unions simply does not exist.