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Home Visits: What Employers Can Do

By UnionProof

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) was carefully crafted to ensure that employees can exercise their right to organize – or stay union-free –  without inappropriate interference. Over decades, case law has determined exactly where the right to organize ends and employers’ rights begin. For example, employers can create and enforce a non-solicitation policy in […]

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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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Non-union Unions? Alt-Labor and Organizing

By UnionProof

Alternative labor (Alt-labor) groups are worker advocacy groups that aren’t formal unions, though they have many of the same characteristics and goals as unions. They’re “non-union” unions, or people organizing around a common cause, like improving working conditions or raising wages. For various reasons, these workers are unwilling to form or join a union. But […]

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