Your organization has direct effects on greater systems of people, politics, and space, and a smart organizer will know how to tap into them.
Emmet has worked as an electoral organizer, a press secretary in politics, and on the administrative side of non-profits.
We often walk on political eggshells when it comes time to break bread with friends and family, but there is no better an advocate to inform and galvanize support for the cause than someone who is known and trusted.
When ownership changes hands or companies decide to move, the status of a Collective Bargaining Agreement and recognition of your union can be thrown into limbo.
Paperwork may not be the most exciting aspect of organizing, but keeping on top of it is essential.
Taking your union public is an inevitable step that every organizer and organizing committee must make. It can come before cards are signed or after the results of an election are certified, but at some point in or after the process, you’ll have to.