The side effects of a union organizing drive on employees endure long beyond the immediate consequences of a vote that is won or lost. It’s just another reason to stay union-free. Engaging employees is a never-ending process before, during, and after a union campaign.
The ADA’s Title I specifically prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in every area of employment: recruitment, interviewing, hiring, promotions, benefits, termination and layoffs. When it comes to respectfully approaching disabilities and diversity in the workplace, this is where unions can ultimately pose a problem.