A Voice On the Job
Promotions & Hiring Practices
Unfair Treatment & Job Protection
Protections & Guarantees
Only union members enjoy the legal right and power to have a say on the job.
Pay rates are negotiated to ensure fairness for everyone and protected in the union contract. Seniority is recognized.
Protected by the contract. Changes can only be made with employee approval.
Awarded fairly according to the process agreed to in the union contract.
Employees have a protected way to challenge any unfair or questionable treatment with support and representation from their union. Just cause standards are applied with binding arbitration if the parties can't agree.
Schedules, vacations, workload, subcontracting, work standards, layoff procedures, hours of work are all agreed to between workers and the employer and protected in the contract.
Only union workers enjoy a legally-binding written agreement with their employer that defines, protects, and guarantees all terms of employment.
Management has exclusive control and decision making power.
Management alone decides what's fair pay and can base any raises on business needs, favoritism or anything else.
Can be taken away or changed at any time.
It's up to management.
You're on your own. Any grievance process gives management the last word.
Management decides what's best for employees.
Nonunion workers have no guarantees and no protections.