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The Cost of a Corporate Campaign (and what to do if you’re a target)

By UnionProof

When a union initiates a corporate campaign, the tangible and intangible costs are high. A corporate campaign is a strategic effort by a union to put pressure on a company to unionize employees by damaging the company’s reputation and relationship with customers and all other stakeholders. Tangible costs are the measurable expenses realized, while intangible […]

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Home Visits When the Home Is The Workplace

By UnionProof

The most seasoned union organizers have used the home visit, as a means of organizing, with mixed results for decades.  On one hand, they offer the opportunity to sit down at the kitchen table and deliver their sales pitch with a great deal of success.  On the other hand, a cold call is a cold […]

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Learning From A Lockout

By UnionProof

At the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year at Long Island University, all 400 members of the faculty union at Long Island University (LIU) were stopped from coming to work on the Brooklyn, NY campus. The administration also cut off their health insurance and email accounts and refused them access to their offices. The event […]

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