A key function of unions is advocating for workers’ health and safety, and they do this by monitoring workplaces, negotiating contracts, and lobbying lawmakers.
Consider these best practices when you are ready to form the organizing committee for your unionization effort.
The back-and-forth over how to classify rideshare drivers who work for app-based companies in California continues as a judge strikes down Proposition 22.
When it’s time to choose a union, it’s important to research your options and connect with the one that can best represent your interests in the workplace.
Workers continue to fight to win a stronger voice at work. Here are four notable union drives from Fall 2021.
Connecting with sympathetic coworkers is a critical early step in unionizing. Digital tools facilitate those conversations.
Here are the latest updates on the Federal Labor Union Task Force recommendation and the path forward for the PRO Act, two key pieces of Biden’s pro-worker agenda.
Ready To Unionize Your Workplace? Know Your Rights To Organize and How to Use Digital Tools to Succeed
To successfully unionize, organizers must know their rights for communicating at work and how to use digital tools to facilitate conversations.
Workers at chain coffee shops such as Colectivo and Starbucks, which are traditionally non-union workplaces, are now unionizing.
Union leaders must be thoughtful and deliberate about communicating with members on social media. These best practices can help unions maximize their efforts.
Our 2021 survey of 204 dues-paying members from 100 U.S. unions, conducted by Epic Presence, shows the importance of unions developing their communication strategies to effectively engage with their members.