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  • The need for Unions is at an all-time high! With the recent popularity of unions reaching an unprecedented marker in time, workers are realizing their worth in the job market. More than two-thirds of all Americans approve of unions and 88% of workers under thirty, say YES to Unions! Unions were created to promote equality and protect workers rights. In this age of corporate greed, record profits, and an uncertain economy, NOW is the time to stand-up.. The time to get what is best for you and your family.. The time to say enough is enough! YOU deserve a higher wage, YOU deserve world class insurance, YOU deserve a pension and the right to retire with dignity! EVERY SINGLE PERSON has the right to be union! Its your turn…


  • National Labor Relations Act: In 1935, Congress passed the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”), making clear that it is the policy of the United States to encourage collective bargaining by protecting workers’ full freedom of association. The NLRA protects workplace democracy by providing employees at private-sector workplaces the fundamental right to seek better working conditions and designation of representation without fear of retaliation.
  • Joining together in unions enables workers to negotiate for higher wages and benefits and improve conditions in the workplace. There are millions of union members in America from all walks of life. These individuals know that by speaking up together, you can accomplish more than you could on your own.      – AFL-CIO
  • Why would a company want to unionize? The case for neutrality is clear: workers and companies do better when worker choice is respected: Unionized workplaces have stronger safety practices, better retention rates and higher productivity overall ‒ all benefits that translate into stronger businesses.           -DOL-BLOG
  • What happens if a company unionizes? Unionizing a company involves employees joining together to form a union to collectively bargain and negotiate with their employer over wages, working hours, safety standards, and other terms and conditions of employment.
  • Can employees be fired for trying to unionize? No, it would violate the National Labor Relations Act to terminate an employee for union activity. However, you may take adverse action against them if it is sufficiently unrelated to their union activity.
  • For more information on helping your employer, job, or company become a union contractor please contact: BAC Local 15 (816) 241-6695