Unions & Collective Action

Facing an organizing campaign at work (or want to get involved in one)? Already a union member but don't understand how things work? Fired for organizing or joining a union? This section covers information about your rights to organize and be in a union, and how unions work.

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Clark Weekly

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Topic of the Week

Bosses Don't Have to Be a Four-Letter Word: Coaching Strategies

People will fall down at work and need help getting back on their feet. Here are four strategies to get your organization to be more productive AND more humane.


Blog of the Week

Ready to fight sexual harassment? Call Tina Tchen.

She is the attorney corporations employ when they are ready to do more than the perfunctory sexual harassment trainings, when they realize that sexism has crossed a line — namely, the bottom line, because a company that cannot attract and retain women is one that cannot complete in a global marketplace — and want to change.

Thought for the Week

"The speed of the boss is the speed of the team."

–Lee Iacocca

List of the Week

from Workplace Fairness

Trending  Workplace Privacy Topics This Week

Here's what workers want to know about:

  • Medical Privacy
  • Social Networking and Computer Privacy
  • Surveillance at Work

Top Five News Headlines

  1. Facebook Defends Its Use Of Secret Courts To Handle Sexual Harassment Cases
  2. Campaign Workers In Illinois Push For Protections
  3. The Tipping Equation
  4. Wage Theft in Restaurants
  5. D.C. voters to decide in June if tipped workers should get same minimum wage