Unionization Cost Basics

Unionization cost basics

Most employees do not realize how the presence of a union and even their external activities can negatively impact the business. Now is the time for companies to proactively take measures to protect their company and their employees by remaining union free. The unionization cost basics provide an idea of  what employers like you would likely begin to see if your company became unionized, and this does not include wages and benefits:

– Additional training for managers

– Additional Human Resources support

– Attorney’s fees

– Cost of arbitration, handling of grievances and negotiations

– Lost productivity

– Strike planning (including security in the event of a strike)

– Lost sales margin

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For an in depth look at the cost of unionization, and a cost-comparison analysis of union vs. non-union worksites, read The Cost of Unionization.

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