5 edition of Union Organizing found in the catalog.
January 6, 2003
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
Knocking on Labor’s Door Union Organizing in the s and the Roots of a New Economic Divide By Lane Windham. View Inside. pp., x , 14 halftones, 6 figs., 1 table, appends., notes, bibl., index “The book does a brilliant job of explaining the USA’s unique industrial relations framework, shaped so much by the NLRB. Union Organizing Case Study: Union Words | 6 Pages. Union Organizing Case Study Individuals have been at work for thousands and thousands of years. Over the last century there have been many changes in the United States that protects workers in their positions and the duties they perform.
This book is about how unions can improve their ability to win union organizing drives. Here are examples of the ideas you’ll find in this book: “If you do all the work for your committee then you are cheating them out of the lessons they need to learn about how to stand together and win.”/5(15). Form an organizing committee. Whether you are working with the assistance of a union organizer from a pre-existing union or trying to start an independent union, start by assembling an organizing committee. Committee members should be prepared to do research the benefits of unionization and to educate and persuade their co-workers to support 72%(30).
Book TV Weekends on C which union leaders believe would prevent employers from exerting undue and potentially intimidating influence over . ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: 1. Introduction 'Organizing the unorganized': union recruitment strategies in American transnationals, c. Organizing in the offshore oil and gas industry in Britain, c. a long burning flame or a spark that has gone out?
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This book deals mainly with External Organizing ('organizing the unorganized'). It's informative for the novice organizer but seems to have been written for the established union dealing with organizing rather than for the new organizer herself/5(5).
After many years of indifferent decline, trade union membership is now Union Organizing book revitalized; strategies known as ¿union organizing¿ are being used to recruit and re-energize unions around the globe. This book considers exactly how trade unions are working to do this and provides a much-needed evaluation of these rebuilding strategies.
By comparing historical and contemporary case studies to. Jason Mann is a union activist, and that author of Unions Make a Difference, Promoting Your Union, Win More Union Organizing Drives and 16 Ways for Unions to Connect with Non-Union Workers.
After graduating Jason got involved with the labour movement on a /5(17). A union organizer (or union organiser) is a specific type of trade union member (often elected) or an appointed union official.
A majority of unions appoint rather than elect their organisers. In some unions, the organiser's role is to recruit groups of workers under the organizing other unions, the organiser's role Union Organizing book largely that of servicing members and enforcing. Union organizing drives have previously failed for this reason: organizing the entire country, one small business at a time, hasn’t worked.
In one fell swoop, however, labor bosses hope to. Protect your reputation and cement a foundation for a solid union organizing career.
Read More. Beverly Hills Book Awards. The Million Dollar Organizer by Bob Oedy was honored with the prestigeous Beverly Hills Book Award, taking first place in the Business/Careers category. Other honors include Book Excellence Awards, and Best Book Awards.
Union Organizing is here to help with ideas and insights of interest to union organizers like yourself. Created by award-winning author Bob Oedy, it’s a space to share field experience, and best practices, accumulated over nearly two industry has changed a great deal in that short time.
You have the right to organize a union to negotiate with your employer over your terms and conditions of employment. This includes your right to distribute union literature, wear union buttons t-shirts, or other insignia (except in unusual "special circumstances"), solicit coworkers to sign union authorization cards, and discuss the union with.
Why Labor Organizing Should Be a Civil Right lays out the case for a new approach, one that takes the issue beyond the confines of labor law by amending the Civil Rights Act so that it prohibits discrimination against workers trying to organize a union.
The authors argue that. • Union Plus – Helping union members with credit counseling, online tax services, obtaining lawyers, plus many other benefits Additional Benefits Organizing Book _Layout 1 2/7/16 PM Page 7.
In A Collective Bargain, longtime labor organizer, environmental activist, and political campaigner Jane McAlevey makes the case that unions are a key institution capable of taking effective action against today’s super-rich corporate class.
Since the s, when unions flourished under New Deal protections, corporations have waged a stealthy. Union Organizing Unions are democratic organizations of workers — united for their own mutual aid and protection and to promote and defend the rights and interests of fellow workers.
In the Union Organizing section, we report on efforts to unionize non-union workplaces, and on. It raises key debates about the organizing culture and considers the impact of recent union recognition laws on employers and the government's Fairness at Work policy.
A topical and in-depth study into the experiences of trade unions across Europe and America, this is a comprehensive and thought provoking book which is essential reading for Cited by: One of the ways unions organize workers is by salting—when a union organizer gets a job at a company with the intent of organizing workers from within.
Salting is legal, but employers tend to Author: Bourree Lam. Her dissertation focuses on U.S. private-sector union organizing in the s and is titled Knocking on Labors Door: Union Organizing and the Origins of the New Economic Divide ().
Before returning to Lane Windham is a post-doctoral scholar with /5. A rousing and electrifying call to arms, A Collective Bargain shows us why we must strengthen and defend the only force capable of fighting back against social injustice and the alarming right-wing shift in our politics: a strong, democratic union movement.
For decades, intractable social and economic problems have been eating away at the social and political fabric of the United States. Union Organizer jobs available on Apply to Organizer, Field Organizer, Senior Organizer and more.
“The tech sector represents a new frontier for union organizing,” Richard Lanigan, the union’s president, said in a statement.
to cancel a fund-raising effort on its site for a comic. Welcome to the Machinists Union. With nearlyactive and retired members, the IAM is one of the largest and most diverse labor unions in North America. From Boeing and Lockheed Martin to United Airlines and Harley-Davidson, you will find IAM members across all walks of life.
IAM members demand respect and dignity in the workplace. Chad Pearson’s new book recounts a critical component of that momentous struggle—the efforts of the employing class to establish an “open-shop” (i.e. non-union) movement, in order to defeat union attempts at organizing workers at the point of production and establishing what were characterized as workplace “closed shops” (i.e.
Organizing Work. K likes. is a website dedicated to discussing workplace organizing and union strategy5/5. 2. Full-worker organizing. Union members (and indeed all working people) are more than “just workers.” They are simultaneously members of the community and have a range of untapped potentials as organizers in and outside the workplace.
Full-worker organizing builds on those broader potentials. 3. Class perspective.Author and organizer Jane McAlevey joins Sam to discuss her new book, A Collective Bargain: Unions, Organizing, and the Fight for Democracy, on how workers must continue to fight with broad-based supermajorities across the working class.
Read More. "A Collective Bargain" is a Publisher's Weekly Book of the Week Pick.