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The Cost to STOP Union Organizing

By Walter Orechwa

Though the law limits what employers can say and do during union organizing, they do have rights. It will cost the employer to stop union organizing, in terms of staff time spent on union-related issues, consulting fees for labor relations professionals, and production of a variety of employee and leadership information and training resources.


Which is Best: Union or Non-Union?

By Jennifer Orechwa

Should an employer let employees decide if they want to unionize? Or should the employer do everything possible within the law to keep unions out? This question is common among employers when some employees and a union are attempting to initiate a union campaign.

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