Now that you're sure you want to take your union efforts public, we’ve outlined five ways you can do just that.
Formation and Recognition
Unions are a group of people working collectively towards a solution. Whether in-person or virtual, it’s important to know how to facilitate effective meetings so that you can keep your organizing campaign moving forward.
In this article, we’ll look at the first formal action you’ll need to take when having your union certified: petitioning for a union election.
In this article, we take a look at what legal protections apply when organizing a union and how a company might try to stop you.
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.