Fb2 Getting Organized: Building a Union ePub
by Mary Cornish,Laurell Ritchie
|Author:||Mary Cornish,Laurell Ritchie|
|Publisher:||Womens Press; First Thus edition (1980)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1156 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1454 kb|
|Digital formats:||mbr doc docx lit|
Getting Organized: Building a Union. by Mary Cornish, Laurell Ritchie
Getting Organized: Building a Union. by Mary Cornish, Laurell Ritchie. ISBN 9780889610361 (978-0-88961-036-1) Softcover, Womens Press, 1980. Find signed collectible books: 'Getting Organized: Building a Union'. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Laurell Ritchie at LibraryThing.
Personal Name: Cornish, Mary. Personal Name: Ritchie, Laurell. Publication, Distribution, et. . Women's Press, (c)1980.
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Every union would benefit from the ideas in this excellent book
Every union would benefit from the ideas in this excellent book. ―Mary Lehman MacDonald, Director, AFT Healthcare.
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Getting Organized Building A Union. Cornish, Mary; Ritchie, Laurell. Resource Type: Book Cx Number: CX2340. Comprehensive guide to the process of unionization and certification. Getting Organized outlines the common pitfalls in the unionizing process, treats the special difficulties faced by immigrant workers and points to problems in unions that workers and particularly women workers may need to overcome. The methods of establishing demands in a contract are also explained.
A union organizing campaign may look like a brief process of exchanging a few simple letters and handbills . Setting up an organizing committee-the union representative calls together the employees identified as leaders and establishes them as an organizing committee.
A union organizing campaign may look like a brief process of exchanging a few simple letters and handbills and holding an election that quickly settles the issue. But a union campaign is actually a fairly long process that usually goes through the following stages. The objective of this phase is to educate the committee about the benefits of forming a union, the law and procedures involved in forming a local union, and the issues management is likely to raise during a campaign.