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Janus vs. AFSCME: What the SCOTUS Decision Means

By UnionProof

Employers Beware: Unions Down but Not Out with Supreme Court Decision in Janus vs. AFSCME At last! Forced agency fees paid by federal employees were dealt a death blow by the U.S. Supreme Court with a recent decision. In a decision announced the morning of June 27, 2018 in the case of Janus vs. AFSCME, […]

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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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